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PONTIFFS PLANS TEACH IMPOSSIBLE, SAYS PRES- - idi:nt, ('Mini! present conditions PRAISES i FOR THE" POPE Iannis (ioiiiI Intentions Sns Pence Must Come I'ioiii People To I Jo lasting. Washington. Aug. 20. President Wilson lias rejected the Popo's peace proposals. In a note dispatched Inst night nnd mado public hero tonight, the President says that while oery heart not Minded and hardened by tho terrible war must ho touched by tho movin,; appeal of ills Holiness, It would Do folly to take tho path of peace he points out If It docs not in fact lead 1o the goal ho proposes. EnduiliiK Peace Is Aim. The text of tno not follows: "August 2", 1917. "To Ills Holiness, Ilcnedltus XV. Popo: "In acknowledgment of the communication of Your Holiness to tho belligerent peoples, tinted August 1, 1917, the President of tho United States requests me to transmit tho following reply: "Evory heart that has not been blinded nnd hardened by this terrl-1i- o war must be touched by this moving appeal of His Holiness tho Popo, must feel tho dignity and forco of tho humane nnd generous motives which prompted It, nnd must fervently wish that wo might take tho path of peaco ho so persuasively points out Hut it would bo folly to take it if it does in fact lead to tho goal be proposes. Our response mustjjo based upon tho stein facts nnd upon nothing elso. It Is not a mere cessation of arms ho desires; it isa stable and enduring peace. This agony must not bo gone thru with again, and It must bo n matter of very sober judgment what will insure us against 4 it. "Ills holiness in substanco propose that we roturn to tho status quo ante Helium, nnd that then thcro be a general condonation, disarmament, and a concert- - of nations, based upon an acceptance of tho principle of arbitration; Hint by a similar concert freedom of tho sens bo established; and that tho territorial claims of Franco and Italy, the perplexing problems of tho Balkan Stntcs, and the restitution of Poland, bo left to such conclllntory adjustments ns may bo posslblo in tho now temper of such n pence, duo regnrd boiug paid to tho nspirations of tho peoples whoso political fortunes and ntlllla-tlon- s will bo Involved. Would Dclhcr Free Peoples. "It is manifest Hint no ptfrt of this program can bo successfully carried out unless tho restitution of tho status quo nnto furnishes a Arm and satisfactory basis for It. Tho objcot of tills war is to deliver tho freo peoples of tho world from tho menace and tho actual power of n vast military establishment controlled by on Irresponsible government which, having secretly planned to domlnnto tho world, proceeded to carry tho plan out without regard either to tho sacred obligations of treaty or tho practices nnd principles of International action and honor; which choso Us own tlmo for tho war; dellvorod Its blov llorccly, nnd suddenly; stopped at no barrier either of lnw or of mercy; swept a whole continent within tho tldo of blood, not tho blood of soldiers only, but tho blood of innocent women and children nlso, and of tho helpless poor; and now stands balk-a- d but not dofeated, tho enomy of four-fiftof tho world. This power is not tho Gorman pcoplo. It It tho ruthless mnstor of tho German . people. It Is no business of ours how that great peoplo camo under its control or submitted with temporary zest to tho domination of Its purpose; but it is our business to sco to it that tho history of tho rest of tho world W no longer left to Its handling. Might Renew I'iIkM fulness, "To deal with such a Power by way of peace upon tho plan proposed by bis holiness, Uio Popo, would so far as wo can see, Involve a recuperation of Its strength and a rcnowal of its long-cherish- r' . Bv m for metropolitan districts with a poppolicy; would mako It necessary to II. F000 INVENTORY S. TO FAVOR ulation of 200,000 or more, the sec- COMPLETE CHAOS n permanent hostllo combinaond Includes counties with cities of a tion of nntlons against tho German STARTS AUGUST 31 population of 50,000 to 200,000. Tho ENLISTED MEN people, who nro Its Instruments; and NEAR FOR RUSSIA third takes counties with cities, 25,-0would result in abandoning tho new0 to 50,000; the fourth, from born Russia to tho Intrigue, tho manito 25,000, and so on down to ?2,-5fold Biibtlo interference, and the cer- SOIilllHIlS FROM HANKS MAY HARTFORD AND HOWLING GREEN and then counties having no city which would tain counter-revolutio- n ON MAP TO UK COVERED BY compete officers' TRANSPORTATION UTTERLY DEor Hinge of 2,500 populntlon. bo attempted by all tho malign InENUMERATORS. commissions. MORALIZED AND MAY CEASE In the thjrd group nro tho cities govfluences to which the German AT ANY' TIME. .1 of Montgomeiy, Ala.; Topeka, Kas.; ernment lins of lato accustomed tho Blnghamton, N. Y and Sacramenupon a world. Cnn peace ho based Washington, Aug. 2G. Two KenAug. 28. Enlisted Washington, restitution of its power or upon any men of tho national army, National tucky towns, Bowling Green and to, Cal.; the fourth Includes Conword of honor it could pledge in a Guard, nnd regular army, will ho giv- Hartford, havo been chosen as typical cord, N. H.; Butler Pa.; Jackson, MORE SACRIFICES URGED treaty of settlement and accommoda- en oery opportunity to fit themselves of their class in which to conduct Tcnn.; Iowa City, la.; and Walla Walla, Wash.; and the fifth, Oneon-t- a, tion? for commissions, it wns learned to- the Government's food Inventory. N. Y.; Amerlcus, Ga.; Dekalb, "Itesponslblo statesmen must now Food stocks hold in retail stores 111.; Bowling Green, Ky., and Provo, Russian Premier Sns Tree Peopleday. This Is In lino with 'the fixed sco, If they never saw everywhere To Bo Snfegimided At Any no of city and rural portions of forty-thre- e Utah, with policy of tho Government to tnko their outlying populahfcore, that no peace can rest secure- moro officers or officer candidates Hazard. counties in various parts of tions. upon political or economical re- I ly aer tho country will bo inventoried Aufrom civil life nfter tho second Group six includes ten counties strictions meant to benefit some na- ies of officers training camps, now in gust Al to furnish tho basis for an with cities of from 2,500 to 5,000 nnd cripple or embarrass othtions nnd progress, has been completed. There- estimate by the Department of AgMoscow,1 Aug. 29. At the third ers, upon vindicative action of any after all additional officers needed riculture's Bureau of Markets of the the index cities aro Springfield, Vt.; Eort, or any kind of rovengo or de- will bo found In the ranks of tho var- amount of food products In the hands Stroudsburg, Pa.; South Boston, Va.; general sitting of tho National ConAllegan, Mich.; Lake Geneva, "Wis.; ference lallroad representatives, inliberate injury. Tho American pco- ious branches of tho war army. of retail dealers. A detailed sur- McPlicrson, Kas.; Marshall, Mo ; cluding M. Froioff, of tho Engineer' plo liavo suffered Intolerable wrongs To carry out this plan, It has vir- vey also will be mado In Now York nt tho hands of tho imperial German tually been decided to establish an City, which Is to bo handled as a sep- Canton, Miss.; Stillwater, Okla., and Alliance, reported that there existed Marshflcld, Ore. a stato of utter disorganization of government, but they dcslro no reoillcers school at each of the divis- arate problem. The final group, in counties having transportation which, unless Imprisal upon the German pcoplo, who The survey of retail stocks, tho no towns as largo as 2,500, Includes proved, ional training camps. Men from the would cease completely by have themselves suffered all thlnss special qualifica- plan for which was made public to- fifteen towns, as follows: Eatontoi, November. Tho representatives gave they did not ranks who show In tills war, which Is one of four branches of the tions will be sent to these schools. night. choose. They bellevo that peaco With staffs of French nnd British of- great task of estlmatlrigj"the coun- Ga.; Carthago, N. C; Seaford, Del.; warning that the consequences would Rosednic, Ind.; Pembina, N. D.; bo terrible both at homo and on the should rest upon the rights of peoples, experience on tho firing linos try's entire stock of food as of Au- Marysville, Kas.; Hartford, Ky.; front and that tho army might turn the ficers of not tho rights of governments on duty at each camp as advisers, an gust 3J, which has been undertaken Lawronceburg, Enterprise, on the country and commit unexamTenn.; rights of peoples great or small.wcak unusual by tho Bureau of Markets for tho Ala.; Falrhope, Ala.; Rector, Ark ; pled opportunity for lecture excesses. pr powerful their equal right to Department of Agriculture and the Mansfield, La.; LnGrange, Tex.; Cas courses will bo presented. Tho extreme demands of the railsecurity nnd freedom nnd Other sur- tic Rock, Col., and Raymond, Wash. way workers, Administration. Food Third Camp Seiles. tho speakers said, nnd to a participation upThe divisional officers' camps will veys will cover stocks on farms, in played an Important part In this disIn the economic opporon fair terms wholesale commercial establishment camps HARTFORD COLLEGE. organization. They called on all tunities of tho world tho Gorman mako tho third series of such and storages, and in the homes of the those engaged in tho transport servpeoplo of courso included if they ac- arranged by tho War Department to consumers. cept equality and do not seek domina- provide men to command tho enorSchool Begins Monday, September, ft ices to sacrifice personal interests for Assistance Promised. mous forces being raised for the war. thoso of tho country. tion. Outlook Bright. Local work will bo directed for the No line commissions will bo grantM. Gruscnberg, speaking as the President States Test. by agents of tho Bureau of representatives of tho Jews, said that test, therefore, of every plan ed to men from civil life nfter thoy bureau "The except that a few men Chemistry and of tho State's relations Hartford College and High School they loved their country notwithof peaco is this: Is it based upon aro started, annual terra standing their unprecedented perseto the Service, hoards 'of trade, chambers of opens its thirty-eight- h the faith of all tho "peoples lnvohed who were denied admission ambi- other camps thru loss of their orders commerce, retail grocers associations on Sept. 3rd, with flattering pros- cution under the old regime, and had or merely upon tho word of an The contributed greatly to the emancipmischance, and Farm Bureau agents and other pects for a splendid school. tious nnd Intriguing government, on in the mall or some other proud, freo may bo given an opportunity in the Stato, county and city officials have faculty this year contains four new ation of tho people and the defense the ono hand, and of a promised their assistance. Blanks members, three of whom aro grad- against tho enemy. peoplo, on tho other? This is a test third series. for detailed reporting of stock on uates of this school and have, in addiSecretary Baker pointed out Representatives of Ukraine and of matter; which goes,to the root of tho to whether hand are being distributed locally in tion, attended other colleges or uni Western or White Russia, said the nnd it Is tho test which must be ap- In reply to a uestion as organ- cities by local health and police of- versities from two to four years. I tho European divisional-armpeople were ready to make any sacplied. Prof. J. F. Bruner, Principal, is a rifices for the good of the country. isation adopted for tho war would be ficials under the direction of the Bu"Tho purpose of the United States reau of Chemistry, and In rural com- gar'duato of K. S. U., and has had The spokesmen for the Letts declared in this war Is known to tho whole continued after the restoration of peace, that with tho exception of tho munities, by county agents and pa- considerable work In the University iCourland would never belong to y. world to every pooplo to whom tho Delegates representing the "truth has been permitted to come. oillcers of the regular army and a few triotic organizations under the gen- of Chicago and several years expe In school work, which eminentMussulman Alliance said all MussulThey do not need to bo stated again. men of the old regular enlisted eral direction of the State's Relations rience ly qualifies him as head of Hartford'3 man citizens of Russia fully supportmay not Service. Wo seek no material ndvantngo of force whoso enlistments Aside from New York, the largest school, prof. Bruner will bo tho ed the Provisional Government. any kind. Wo bolievo that tho intol- have expired at that time, tho entire city selected is Cleveland, Ohio. Its instructor in Science nnd German; j Gen. Grouzlnoff, former Military erable wrongs done in this war by war army will pass out of existence. con- county, Cuyahoga, was chosen as cen- Prof. Leach, who has been with the Govornor of Moscow, told the deletho furious brutal power of the Im- There is no provision of law for number oi years will gates the chief problem was to save perial German government ought to tinuing it beyond tho end of the trally located with reference to large school for a industrial centers and as a typical ,have charge of Mathematics and His- Russia from the enemy and that to expense war. bo repaired, but not nt the manufacturing and commercial cen- tory; Miss Leila Glenn, who has been this end it was necessary to Policy To Ho Decided Later. of tho sovereignty qf any people with the school for some time, will army discipline by eliminatsovereignquestion of establishing a con- ter. Tho rnther n vindication of tho havo charge of the Latin and Eng- ing politics, strengthening the au- -I Typical Towns Chosen. ty both of those that, aro weak nnd tinuing military policy of universal Tho second group Includes the lish Department; Prof. J. T. Hoag- - thority of soldiers' committees to ecothoso that aro strong. Punitive dam service has been debated to somo exDepartment; Miss nomic functions and giving the Com ages, the dlsmembormcnt of empires, tent recently. Tho Impression pre cities of Syracuse, N. Y.; Dallas, Tex- land, Demander-in-Chiopportunity to exand ex- vails among many members of Con- as, and Altoona, Pa., with its outly- j Norlno Harris Barnett, Grammar the establishment of solflsh partment; Miss Elizabeth Moore, In- ercise unreserved autohrity. ing towns of Tyrone and Juniata. clusive economic uses, wo deem In- gress, however, that it would be Department, and Mlsa Gen. Alexieff, former Commander-in-Chie- f, to take up this question now. These three aro thought to represent termediate expedient nnd In the end moro than Cllfflo Felix, the . Primary Departin made a long address futile, no proper basis for a peaco If the war is long, it may become conditions as they exist In a city ment. which he recounted the history of the of any kind, least of all for an en- necessary to provido for the registra which depends on manufacturing, in Russians' military setback and their during peace. That must bo based tion of now classes which reach tho ono which was a big agricultural Boys Pig Show. causes. He drew contrasts between and in one which deupon justice nnd fairness and tho military ago of tho selective sorvlco We will hold our Boys' Annual Pig tho army of tho old regime, poorly bill each year, and possibly also to pends on the mining Industry. common rights of mankind. Tho grouping, as a whole, is in ac- Show hero at Hartford, Friday, Sep- equipped with mechanical resources, "Vo can not take tho word of tho exempt men now registered but who present rulers of Germany as a guar- may pass boyond tho maximum age cordance with population. Tho first tember 7, 1917, beginning at 10 a. m. but strong In warliko spirit, and the group, represented by Cleveland, is In this show we will havo quite n present army, well supplied with food, antee of anything that is to endure, limit before the war ends. number of splendid thorough bred and arms.but completely poisoned and unless explicitly supported by such pigs, Poland Chinaa, Berkshlres and enfcobled by ill interpreted and ill concluslvo evidence of tho will and in their Durocs, fed out by the havo besti FOR "A BLBEDING WORLD. purpose of the German peoplo them-solv"ft contest who aro membersboystho Boys' applied doctrines which tho famous of put forward, notably in ns tho other peoples of tho 'Agricultural Club. Those boys start- order of the day No. 1. world would bo justified in Accepted to feeding these pigs May 16th, Theso doctrines, ho declared, had ing. Without such guarantees, weighing from 17 to 35 pounds and split tho army into two opposite agreements for treaties of settlement, thoy aro nice ones. camps, oillcers and soldiers, which disarmament, covenants to set up arI I would liko for every ono who havo become almost irreconcilable. bitration In tho place of forco, terrifeels an interest in our hoys, both Speaking of committees elected by torial adjustments, reconstructions of units, Gen. men and women to copio and see soldiers of different Gersmall nations, it mado with tho theso pigs and encourage the boys Alexieff said they wero useful in the man government, no man, no nation, 'by your presence. Tako your boy army from an economic standpoint? Wo mujt could now depend on. (Continued on page eight.) out of school and bring him with you nwait some now evidence of tho pur. for it will bo a great lesson for him, great peoples of the Con-trposes of tho and it will bo tlmo well spent for TWIN DRAFTED, OTHER Powers. God grant it may bo LNL1STS TO BE NEAU you. given soon nnd In a way to restore m ..? v. This will bo a good tlmo to buy a tho confidence of all peoples overy-whogood brood sow, ono that can bo regLos Angeles, Aug. 25. Harry F. of tho nations and in tho faith istered, for somo of thoso boys will and Horbert N. Lauglols, twin broththo possibility of a covenanted peace. want to sell theirs and wo will offer ers, 20 years old, played together "ROBERT LANSING. them for sale that day. Como and when youngsters, studied thru school "Secretary of State of tho United be with us and let's havo a groat day llfo together, received tholr diploof America." States together. W. W. BROWDER, mas on the same stage, wero partCounty Agricultural Agent. ners in the business world and had SERVICE PAPER TO HE never been separated a day in their ISSUED All CAMP TAYLOR .MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED lives when Harry was notified in Los SINCE OUR laST" REPORT Angeles ho had been selected for Washington,. Aug. 2C Earl AdUndo Sam's liberty army. Herbert's ams Clark, of Fountain City, Inil., and T. E. Madon, Sunnydalo, to Irene number was down near the end of Indianapolis, was chosen by Secretatho list, but when ho heard hU brothSmith, Sunnydalo. ry of War Dakor to tako cliargo of John Hnzellp, Horton, to Alico Pit- er had to go to war ho Immediately tho publication of a military servlco began settling up hts end in tho man, Koslne. papor at tho Loulsvlllo cantonment. Wilbur Vance, R. 1, Hartford, to Hughes Arizona Copper Company nnd Washington and on Clark camo to announced ho would Join Harry in Ella Leo Dabney, R. 2. Hartford. Ills own Initiative secured an audlenco Cleveland Hlnes, It. 1. Beaver Dam, tho trenches. arwith Socrotary Baker when the "Wo aro not going to let tho wnr to Ellen Shepherd, Prentiss. rangement was mado. Lclghton L. Reld, Rockport, to separato us now," said tho brothers paper is to bo published A similar nt tholr homo bore. "Wo havo never Lois Bartlett, Rockport. nt eaclt of tko permanent cantonC. A. Drlskoll, Beaver Dam, to Ma- been separated a day, and as wo livpublication will Include ments. Tho ed together so wo would choose bel Claton, Owensboro. army officers and official bulletins J. P. McKlunoy, McHcnry, to Bou-la- h death togethor, if such should bo our bearing on tho military of all kinds lot. Neither of us wants exemption. M. Rhoads, Hartford. movomout and also local items of L. J. Hlnes, Summersvlllo, Mo to Wo are both ready to fight for Uncls to tho troopors at tho ifioclal interest Sam nud wo havo no dependents." Gana in Baltimore American. Delilah Ami Hall, It. 2, Hartford. Loulsvlllo cantonment. 00 10,-0000 for I ' ' y. I Ger-nian- te ef un-wl- so back-count- ry es I al Slit 5 ro '. ' a si aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa a JT-.- !8'"l1miaW5MiE SKkttteHEy y, j.w t A ,7I.,ML; ggS5Br!fBrrA I 1 schools opens September 2d. This I1F Rl AST Is for men of the draft age, 21 to 31. Icals of the poorer class, that tell not called In the first draft that wero of remarkable finds of nearly puro and, also, for others who cannot read PLOT 18 REPORT radium. , j" and for any wno onn reaj NEAR, PREDICTED; ,or write Radium is a metal, and has a white Lk ...... . wmv imv ,.IU metallic luster; It has been Isolated their education. A epienuiu courie only onco or twice, and few peoplo In agriculture, domestic science and navy yahi Radium Is brdlnarlly ?2 bavo seen It. PRESENT WAR IS PREM'RE TO history wll also be given. Every maim: island obtained In tho form of salts, and Is COMING OK CHRIST, PAS district should have a moonlight PLANNi:i. usually so sold and used. Thcso TOR SAYS. school and every man and woman in salts are-- all whlto or nearly whits i the should attend. A large, district Ifubstances whose nppoaranco is no 'class will be more Interesting and encourage the men of draft ago DANIELS HAS REPORT more remarkable than that of comIS MjriU will ARMAGEDDON mon bait or baking powder. Radium who are expected to attend. The Is found in naturo In quantities so Inext draft may Include these men, so exceedingly small that It Is never vis now Is the time to teach them. Books Platting of Hoard Unanimous Tho-Sreal IJattlc of All Nation Knt Ap- - furnished free for all beginners. All ible even when the material Is exOno Xnmctl As Guilty proncliiug World To He In amined with a powerful microscope. teachers aiv ursod to teatli and all Suivct. Ruin. Ordinarily radium ore carries only citizens to help locate and get the a small fraction of a grain of radium registered men to school. per ton of matorlal, and radium will CORA WILSON STEWART, Washington, Aug. 23. The explo- never be found In largo masses be (By Mark Larkln.) President Ky. Illiteracy Com. sion at Mare Island Navy Yard In cause It is formed by tho decay of V. O. GILBERT, Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 23. The Supt. of Pub. Instruction. July, killing five and Injuring moro uranium, a process that is wonderState world Is coming to an end! than thirty, is pronounced in an olll-cl- fully slow, and radium Itself decay?' Armageddon, the world battle of report made public today by Sec- and changes to other elements so Away Tlw Waste. Clear all nations, is approaching! retary Daniels to have been the de- - rapidly that it is Impossible for It to The coming of Christ is near! Bowel regularity Is the secret of lllinnnln ant r9 a ntM nntirt linl-. ... .. .... '""-,-"" nit n lui nccumuiaio nniuraiiy in visimo mass- " n" "' """-""',i i,Mith. i.rieht nycs. clear com- Humanity is racinc toward destruc not an accident. es. Radium nnd radium minerals plexions, and Dr. Kings New Life , ...., tion! are not generally luminescent. The earth Itself will not be blot-- 1 puis are a mild and gentle laxative He a synopsis of the report made af- Tubas containing radium glow from fcd out, however, nor the people who that regulates the bowels and ter investigation by the Bureaus of impurities present uJkich the radiakept the word of God; but that Reves the congested Intestines by and Navigation and the tions from the radium cause to give of war and chaos which will moving the accumulated wastes wlth-mar- k Orllnance of the Xay. light. Judge Advocate-Gmorrace as It out griping. Take a pill before the end of the human All those branches of the service Minerals that carry radium nre exists has already begun. j tiring and that heavy head, that dull no "ham-prin- g fairly easy to determine, for they European war Is Its spring fever feeling disappears. Get agreed that there had ben The present instructions or restrictive diphotographic films In tho same prelude and the Armageddon, pre-- , Dr. King's New Life Pills at your rections of the method of Imestlga-tlon.- " way as ordinary light, nnd they can 3 Bible, will be the finale druggist, 25c. dieted, in the also be Identified by their tiffed upBut to present earthly civilization. It was the Mare Island explosion on an electroscope. come a new world out 6f all this will A Moan Adantao. investigation whieh led to the recent wherefn will live perfeet people The "canniness" of the Scotch peo- bitter controversy between Secretary Summer Complafcit. by suffering or sin. ple Is aptly illustrated in the follow- Daniels and the Navy League, which During the hot weather of the sum These s;rtling statements sum up ing: Xotwlthstandlnd tho fact that Monterey produce millions of culminated In Mr. Daniels cutting all mer mouths somo member of almost Pastor Arthur G. Daniel's interpre-- j The other day two boys of about relations between the naval estab- every family is likely to be troublod J dollars worth of potatoes, sugar beets, npples. peaches, barhv. tation of Bible prophecies which he 12 years of aga quarreled and finish-u- p lishment and the lengue. alfnlfn, dairy products, I've stock, etc., there Is much land that with an unnatural looseners of the asserts have already begun to ba ful-- ; only needs farmers and settlers to make It mora Intensively with blows. In the tussle ne of Breaks With league. bowels, and It Is of the grcatrvt lm- filled. Pastor Daniels comes from the combatants got knocked down, This is a rich coast county with a mild even climate. In a statnneut recently, the ac- portance that this bo treated promptly ' Washington. D. C, and is president and while still on the ground ho knowledged purpose of which was to which an only uo YOC CAN SEE THIS COUNTRY WITHOUT LEAYING HOME y mo done wtwn of the World Conference of Seventh-Da- queried: force publicity of tho Investigation, is kept at hand. Mrs. F. F. Adventlsts. 4 Wo havo Issued a beautifully Illustrated booklet telling of Mon"Wad you hit a clrap when he's the league declared that it had been Scott, Scottsvilla, X. Y., states, "I Prelude To Armageddon. terey County, and the opportunities thero for YOU. Send s ten doon?" Informed of evidence that a time fuse first used and "Tlie present European war is the cents for thU booklet and a sample copy of Sunset Mngazlnc "Na," gallantly responded tho vic- - had been found leading to tho black Diarrhoea Chamberlain's Colic five UciuimIt as mcli as prelude to Armageddon, which will tor the ono big National Magazino telling of tho life nnd developpowder magazine in which the ex- year; ago. At tluit time I had a seprecede the coming of Christ, says ment of tho West. Address, "Ah, weel," quoth the vanquished plosion occurred, showing a criminal Pastor Daniels. "Bible predictions, yet cautious youngster, "PI be here conspiracy, and that the Investigation vere attack of summer complaint and MVNSKT MAGAZINE SEHYICH HFREAC, SAN FRANCISCO was suffering Intense pain. One dose written many centuries ago. are now till ye gang awa " was being hampered by powerful la- relieved mo. Other members utf my Tho in process of rapid fulfillment. bor influences. family have since used it witli like me great iriuageuuuu is uui i ut-- i Secretary Daniels hotfr denounced results. tn ing fought, nor has that awful time TFHTIIIW SfflRN the charge that any Influence was of trouble gripped the world, Uese holding up the investigation and ut events are approaching with alarming SAMMY BRAVERY all ctnnections with the league. As FEW MEN DESIRED rapidity. The generation now living FIFTEENTH-ANNUA- L to tho truth of the charge that a fuse is watching the fulfillment as it is had beendiscovered, Mr. Daniels said told almost hourly in the daily paIN CAMP SEPT. 5 the roptfrt on the investigation was pers. NO!" PRISONERS SAY not 'FIGHT? tkei available. EXPERIENCE OK L S. HOY "The prophet Joel foresaw this The synopsis signed by all the Intime and the tremendously serious IN FRANCE. vestigators says: ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ONLY He saw the events now occurring. "A careful reading of orders creat10-1- 5, PER CENT OF TIIOtiE manifestation of the war spirit and ing this board and the record of daithe anger of the nations. He heard Los Angeles, Aug. 23. When Yankee-- ly proceedings elearly indicate abSupreme in Flors Show History the universal proclamation of war. manned guns get going In sence of any hampering Instructions He saw sucli colossal preparations France, and Yankee soldiers in turn or restrictive direction as to the methChampionship Washington, Aug. 23. Provost for war that it appeared as if the na- receive their baptism of fire, the od of America The board's In- Marshal General Crowder sent to of investigation. Saddle Hordes tions were turning their implements Germans will soon learn whether quiry was conducted 'with the utmost Governors of Sites today an ord-;- r of agriculture into instruments of "Americans are too cowardly to latitude and thorone. changing the proportion of tho varPremiums warfare and destruction. He saw the fight." Premiums The board found that the explos- ious itatcs' quo hi. of men, selected nations awakened, aroused, madB. F. Marsh, Los Angeles boy and ion occurred at 7:53 a. m., July 0, dened gathering In the land of Pal- sergeant In a Canadian regiment 1917, and was confined to building for tho national army, that arc reestine for battle. And there he saw "somewhere In France," in a letter No. 40, known as tho black powder quired to be furnished on certain T. Die Tort; their overthrow and utter destruc- sent here, roclting some of his war magazine. This building was a mod- dates. The new order calls for five per cent of each State's quota to reCREATES! ACGUEGATION OF INDOtjR ATTRACTIONS EVEK OFFEKBO tion. His prophecy should be read experiences, tells how German pris- ern structure built especially for port at cantonmwits September 5, UEAIriFL'L with the greatest care by all the oners taken In a recent British smash, I'AKADE black powder storage. There were forty per cent on September 19, forMIDWAY OF 111KT1I. MUSIC ANDiMOVING MASSES world Just now." when asked what they thought about no electricity Unci Into the building, Pastor Daniels believes that the the United States entering the war, no telephone or telegraph wires; no ty per cent on October 3, nnd tho Reduced Railroad Rates. Addt. FOUNT T. KREMEK. Srelirr. remaining flftecM per cent as soon present war will ho followed by a said: "Money for Allies, yes, at Innow rrady. (04 K. public ilrildinr. Ualitlllf. Cattloru windows or other openings with the thereaftor as praatlcablc. little time of peace; that then the terest. Food, yah at a profit If exception of the regulation magazine Reasons for the change were grven struggle among tho nations for they can get it across. Fight? Ne'-e- doors. Under the existing rules and by Gen. Crowder as follows: world supremacy, and the supreme They are too cowardly to regulations, access to this building "In announcing tho decision to control of great commercial high- fight." was restricted to comparatively few mobillzo only frvo per cent of the nacd grandstand that sho dared not that falls upon rticm nnd tho run-of- f ways, will bo renowed; that this will "The. answer," says Sergt. Marsh, authorized persons. tional army, Septomlwr Instead of rido tho r, tkc woman that reaches them from tho mounresult In tho Armageddon. Involving "Is for two men to enlist where one "The only person seen to entor thirty per oont, tho opportunity Is mounted Gentle Annie amhl great tains sink into thetu, nnd tho valIs called. That is the only argu- this biildlng tho morning of tho exill the nations of the earth. taken to give to local and "The whole world will bo thrown ment that will penetrate the Hunnlsh plosion was Ordinance, Man Neil C. boards the credit that Is duodistrict cheering by tho cowboys who lind leys In which they Ho nro excepthem taunted hor whon she first declined to tionally arid. These deposit's, howInto tumult over disputed political cranium," he adds. Damstedt, a trusted employe of twenty-- for the overwhelming amount of work rido tho animal. Mrs. Wright suc- ever, form huge reservoirs in which questions relating to the Near East," Euduied Sneers of Iguornut. one years continuous magazine ser- they have accomplished In sarutlnlz-in- g ceeded In subduing lur mount front tho water Is stored, and In wlilcii, declares Pastor Daniels. "Turkey Is "I didn't mean to start a recruit vice. Damstedt, according to the tho thousands of oases that it was Its furious bucking, but Gcntlo Annlo to tho limit of tho capacity t th to come to her end. First she Is to ing speech, but after nearly two testimony, unlocked and opened tho necessary for them to examine In or- started on a gallop toward a corral. reservoirs, it Is protected from evapbe driveu from Constantinople, her years of front-lin- o thirty-second- s work over here, magazino door about to havo thirty per cent of their So well is this water hidIleforo tho cowboys, who imme- oration. present capital. Tho war now rag- enduring tho sneers of the Ignorant previous to tho explosion, and was der ready oil Soptember C. quota diately aftnrted In pursuit, could den that Its cxlstenco was not suping in Huropo is designed to accom- and equally maddening polite Inquir- probably "Reports reeolrcd from practical- catch the Hieing horse, tho animal ported by many of the early travelin tho act of entering the plish this. ies of the educated as to what might building Iten the explosion occur- ly every State In tho Union show th.it plunged thru a wlro fence, stumbled ers, and oven y long desert roads Jerusalem As Capital. be expected of an American army In red. Damstedt was killed. every Stato would havo ready much aiMl slid along tho ground with Mrs. on which tlioro nro no watering plac"Students of world affairs believe modern warfare. I am naturally re"Tli3 i.oard, In Its findings, states more than thirty per cent of Its quota Wright still In tho saddle. A part es lead over areas wheru ground wathat Turkey will then establish her joiced that the chauco has como and It is of tho orinlon that Damstedt was September 5, and tho majority of of the saddlo caught In tho fence, and ter could easily be obtained. capital nt ancient Jerusalem, in the naturally anxious that my own peo- 'n no wav implicated in tho explos them would havo been ready with In a desort valley, even whero no tho brontio raised its heels in tho heart of her Asiatic possessions. ple should more than make good." ion and tkat tho testimony and at- their entire quota on that date. This air and then fell to tho ground again. wells have been sunk, It Is genernl- Sergt. Marsh tells of his enlisting tending circumstances do not In any service hns required a month of the Twonty.four hundred years ago the As It roso It stepped on tho woman's ly posslblo to ascertain and nutllno "prophecy of Daniel, xl, 43 and xil, 2, as an American in 1914, Instead of way Implicate any ammunition most exacting work on tho part of face, crushing hor skull. tho areas where ground water lien giving Canadian citizenship, and if employe, or r.ny member of ammunipredicted this by saying: boards. This work was .consumatcd near ho mirfnco and to mnko nn In- '"He (Turkey) shall plant tho his troublos In England, whero lie tion depot guard. under adverse conditions and is in Doti't Let Your Cough Hang On. luiiiKuui lorci.itH oi mo (icniu iu spy, tabernacles of his palace (his capital) was first suspected of being a largo part uncompensated. Hlast islitmc4l, Relief. A cough that racks and weakens wntic in other parts of tho valley. between tho seas in tho glorious holy and continues: afstands as one of the most sig- Is dangerous, It undermines "It "Furtrrr, tho board states that your if H sufilclont number of obscrva-healt- h 'For tho past ten months I have ter liav'ng carefully considered all nificant expressions of substantial pamountain (Jerusalem), yet he shall and thrlvos on neglect. nro mndo It Is also generally como to his end, and none shall help been In French mortars. It is very testimony and attending clrcumstnn-c- s triotism and devotion on tho pnrt of llovo It at onco with Dr. King's New . posslblo to form a rough cstlmnto of Mich-aInteresting work and far from mohim. And at that tluio shall It is tho unanimous opinion that 15,000 men selected from among the Discovery. This sootklng balsam rom-- 1 tlio quantity of water that Is nnnu-ed- y (Christ) staud up, tho great notonous. Wo are styled mostly by tho explosion was not an accident, but host citizens of tho country." heals tlio throat, loosens tho j ally nvnllnblo In such n valloy and to and there shall be our modest solves, tho 'Suicide Club,' was duo to tho deliberate act of somo Prince phlegm, Its antiseptic properties kill predict to somo oxtent tho onpnclty Stomach and Ller Troubles. a time of trouble such as never was 'Rejected Lovers, etc., which is most- person or porsons unknown. Tho the germ and tho cold Is quickly of wells, tho quality of tho wator, and ly bosh, of course. No end of misery and actual suffer-n- g broken up. Children since thore was a nation board, however, was unablo to form and grown- - tho cost of recovery, Is caused by disorders of the stom- upw alike find Dr. King's Xow Dls-- I Slightly Wounded. and at that tlmo tiiy peoplo shall be an opinion as to tho exact method delivered, every ono that shall bo "I was slightly wounded sonio employed by the party or parties guil- ach and liver, and may bo avoided by covory pleasant to take as well as Tablets. effective, iiavo a bottle handy in: catarrhal Deaf ness Lannot Be Cured found written In tho book.' weeks ago by a shell that hit beside ty of having destroyed this magazine, tho uso of Chamborlain's "When Turkey Is finally over- me. Fritz should have scored a or such evidence If any existed, was Glvo thorn a trial. They only cost a your medicine chest for grlppo, croup M.J.ISS' oV uh;yrMBTi..,rJ ?u quartor. m aim uu uronciimi thrown, Christ, tho Prince of Peace hit, but my luck was In. destroyed In tho explosion. uuccuons. At S2'.y ."J1 If0'.b ,0 a8ure catarrhal ietxtne: t&t, "Mtltullonal remedy. Is to ontaljIMi his oerlastlng king"After tho last big smash I had ............. K "Every effort Is bolng mudo to apdruggists, GOc 3 ' ?.,. u oumcu uy an iniV? "on of mucKUi dom. Armageddon Is tho last act tho opportunity of hurried conver- prehend tho guilty parties nnd to HORSEHACK RIDE '? I0";?uriiodi h wh (hi lining of l!?5.luVachu,, TJJtube Is intiameu you have a rumbling aound or COSTS WOMAN LIFE UNDERGROUND WATER It sation with German prisoners as they definitely nscortaln thlf exact manner in tho drama of human history. ! entirely .I""'". la "" when It Ualeaa tho IN NEVADA DRSERTS D.afneM vnds with tho extermination of tho marched thru their cuptured lines to in which this destructive explosion tho reault. InflammatUn can bo rtduced nnd thli tuba Denver, Col., Aug. 25. "Well, I They wero was accomplished. hunuwi race, except thoso who have the safety zone behind. Iu normal condition, hearlns ITiMi,d destroyed forcven. Many catea of rodo her!" wero tho dying words of In Nevada tho bedrock forms a u i bofore found refugo In God, and it tired, muddy, many wounded and utt ar.e cau" tr catarrh, whluh I Mrs. Ed Wright, champion woman corrugated surfaco consisting terly dejocted. At my 'Wlo ght's ?IJnnamrd.. condition of the muooua leaves tho world in utter ruin. of c','rh Medicine actaof thru rough-ride- r of tho world, whon sho moro or loss parallel mountnliw m "Hut that will not be tho end of landsman?' their heads would como "nucoua iur(acca tuo 'atfiii FOR FLETCHER'S was picked up at Union Park here, ranges and broad intervening troughs We Mill give Ono Hundred the human race. The reign of bin around with a Jerk, and volublo GerDollars for I 2yr.f"; k' that cannot after being thrown by a wild horse thut uro filled to great depths with cui?,UJ',lb)r C.'i,a.r.r,",1 will bo brokon and Its very exist- man and broken English voices as,.I..". Catarrh Medicine. during a field day celebration for tho rock waste washed from tko mounhrucgiata. 75c. kingdom of sured mo that It was 'Sohr gut,' to bo ence ended. Then tho . J. CHUNK? & CO.. Toledo. O. , benefit of Colorado National Guards tains. Theso groat doposlts of rock Tlio Appearance Of Radium.. amongst n prisoner and out of hell for good. God will bo established Tho Geological Survoy, Depart- men, encamped hero. wato wero in largo part laid down "But when I asked thorn what they imt. Mrs. Wright died boforo sho reach by torrential streams and aro relathought of tho United States' action ment of tho Interior, has received t FOR FLETCHER'S Moonlight School Session. numerous inquiries about tho appear-nnc- o ed a hospital. tively coarso aild porous. Hecause In declaring war they would spit Too proud to admit beforo a crowd- - tljoso deposits aro porous tho rain Tjio second bosslon of moonlight of radium, many of which seem EMD OF WORLD RFSIIIT IJisaf'S888188898998898 j .... n remheratelv NOTICE! BUY YOUR - FROM i I STRAW HAT Hub Clothittg Co. HARTFORD, KY. Q al i ' - i .,,. al n ,.. re-ha- ve , re-no- w SS9S9SSSSS99S9S9SSS9SSS Monterey County Needs Good Farmers nf-fe- ct i i j ' i e. i Tit-Bit- s. KENTUCKY STATE FAIR 1917 d I). Louisville, September "$10,000.00- - Fivc-Gaite- A. "HIPPODROME" ""d ' BAUV-BHO- r! man-klllc- to-da- ck-p- Re-tlo- ns ol pS - .'. Children Cry -- o-o O ASTO R A !'' ! Children Ory CASTO Rl A i. . I .. t A b nut tiind A A IM.aa It A ii'wu ui asnikiuncc, ciuicr ilium- clnl or material. Tho mission will convlnco tho Washington GovernWON THIS YEAR ment of this. 3. fJocumcntnry evidence will be produced to show thnt Germnny has spent vnst sums In Jnpnn and In the K.VPKHT SAYH IlKAT GintMAXV United Stntc-- s to creato III feeling and THIS KAIjIj Olt riCJHT U.V- suspicion on both sides and bring TIIi 1010. Remarkable Features of Festal Week Secured by about a break. 4. Japan will help tho United Energy and Enterprise of Hard WorkStates to tile utmost extremity during 's Aug. Washington, 25. tho wnr and after It. The mission ing Fair Officials shell will bo cracked this fnll ' hopes to tako steps to obliterate in by continued nlllcd hammering along ternational troublemakers. tho wholo Western front, or tho war German propagandists have been will go (mother year and a half unusually buty In tho Orlentnl nauntil th summer of 1913." tion, but their activities now have This Is tho prediction of n high been but off. Tho Germans, it was navy official In close touch with plans explained, always have predicted that for ono tremendous effort to crush as soon ns tho United States became Gcrmuny this fall. A w MJs'if? J involved in an open break with MexJ"" "US" America, unable to help with many ico or any European power, Japan men as yet, will back up tho Eng: would throw her weight In tho ballish, French nnd Italian nrmlc3 with ance against tho United States. xnst stocks of munitions for tho next thrco months. Tor Your Child's Cough. Ills reason why victory must come Here's a pleasant cough sjrup that this rail or not till 1919 is: every child likes to take, Dr. Bell'3 England, Franco and Italy arc at If your child has tho peak of their strength. After a deep hacking cough that worries this summer's campaign, their arm- you give him Dr. Dell's ies will diminish rather than Inthe soothing pine balsams recrease. tho cough, loosens the phlegm support In sup- lievoheal tho If, with all our and Irritated tissues. Get a plies, the Allies can not beat down bottle at your druggist and this fall, it is plain German rcslstanco 3 start treatment at once. 23c. they of themselves, will never bo able to beat It down. PIHST TKOOI'S TO That means thoro Is little likeliMOVE OX SEPTKMIiEIt 5 hood of success until tho United States can place her full strength Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 25. Governon tho battle front not beforo the or Stanley today had a communcntion spring of 1919! HON. MAT S. COHEN, FOUNT T. KREMER, from Provost Mnrshal General Crow- Germany to elate.thls official states, Pretidont Kentucky Stato Fair. Secrotary Kentucky State Fair. der, to tho effect that Milton H. has lost 3,000,000 men In killed und Smith, of Louisville, has been apKentucky State Ilnlr belongs the horse breeding Industry of tlio, permanently disabled. Tho loss of pointed to represent the railroad astlio people, 'is of tl people state. 1,000,000 men, tho Allies another sociation in working out plans for nnd for tln iooiile, l)t credit for In contrast to the country vldoncopc believe, will mark tho limit of sacritho movement of Kentucky's draft this great iielileveimmt, tilcli during of the eoninilsaloncr's activities may 1ms fice tho German peoplo will concede army n period of frjurtcc-to tho cantonment at Louisjenrs lias meant cited the fact that no has likewise to their warlords. much to tIiccoiiiiiionui'nltli nt lurgo Drought tlie Iikterests of the State Pair ville. It is probable that Mr. Smith The problem, then, Is either to nnd ulilch now ltenre ltul relation to to an Intensive point by placing each 111 come hero tho first of next week break this fall thru tho German lines i confer with Governor Stanley con-- ( the welfare .'of the btnte, In county agent on the ndvlsory board of to fullest iiH'iis'uro to two ouicliils, the the Pair and thus securing tlie iersoii-a- l, and force au entlro readjustment of cernlng this .matter. eoinnilsslimcr of agriculture uuil tlio fighting conditions, or slowly to whitindli Muni imd enthusiastic supixjct The first movement of tho troop3 State Tulr Koeretnrj of every KentueLy county as n unit tle down another 1,000,000 of the will take place on September 5, when lJloii tlio shoulders of thee two men Kremer an Efficient Secretary. Kaiser's men. one-fift- h of tho army will bo taken fulls the liunlen of rosiKm-Ullttfor I'ontiilno T. Kremer, who was electto Louisville. It will tako the rall- the gtunntlc undertaking of Bumming ed Kentucky Muscle Soreness Ttelicvcel. Stnte Pair secretary at ' up In one fttnl week the agricultural the beginning of tlie present jear upon Ilnusual work, licndlne and lifting rond companies five das to move tho nnd live Rtoelc Industrie, accomplish of the army tho lamented death of or strenuous exercise is a strain on men' convoying one-fift- h incuts and achievements of the entire tary W. J. Ciiueli, while former Secre? t0 tho can,P- - There ar0 newly vested the muscles, they become sore andcach state for the .eiir. nnd lxtli miiht le with secretarial title and dignities, Is still, vo,. am crinnled and In nnin. U23C men ln eKntUCky'a draft ar- possessor of uliilltlci beyond the ordi- by no means a nolco In secretarial Sloan's Liniment brings you quick my. nary meiiHiire of innn. experience, having been the "jiower beThe men will be given tickets and Commissioner Cohen's Fine Record. hind" preceding Kentucky State Pair relief, easy to apply, it penetrates tagged, each man to wear his tag in Coiniiili'doner of Agriculture Mat H. secretaries for the pa- -t eight jears In without rubbing and drives out the When tho troops Cohen utefm Into the areui of State the conipniatiiely Inconspicuous but soreness. liquid, cleaner his buttonhole. A clear camp, they are to line up beralrHcc'oiuitlLslunent tills j ear with the Immensely Inipoitiint post of active than mussy plasters or ointments, it reach poise nnd itshuruiice of a prior j ear's umiiagor and dliector of finances for does not stain tho skin or clog the side the car In which they were con- umvitialfd and uuhormilly applauded the entire vast Institution. pores. Always have a bottle handv xeyed until federal, authorities tell To tho luj mind the magnitude of for suec".ii In the handling of his coUhs.iI the pains aches, of rheumatism, them where and how to proceed. task and with klie pre eminent satisfac- this undertaking Is Itn'Missible of contion of knowing that he has succeeded ception.' and onlj those concerned In gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiffCliionlc Constipation. In adding to tlm tlfteenth iiuiiunl Ken the maelstrom of detail. Infinitude of ness, backache and all external pain. It is by no means an easy matter to 3 euro At your druggist, 25c. tuoky State 1'air. tojbe held In Louis. demands and urgency of action surg, this disease, but it can be done mm llle the week of Sept. 10, the most re ing around tlie operatiie forces of, the j ln most instances by taking Chamber .IA1YX 1.0Y.VL TO U. S. niarkahle features cut associated with Pair can grasp tlie sl'iilllcnnce of this lain's Tablets and complying with tho a State I'alr Spectacular among Ills experience. As no man occupies n XOW AXI) AFTEK WAR plain printed directions that accomp accomplishments Is the securing of the position without a training any each package. in $10,000 Make for Uo gulled saddle which, has consciously or unconsciousWashington. Japan will stand by horses and the unprecedented Increase ly titled him for tlie duties of his post, the United States to the end of the I'KESIDEXT KULES to $1,000 In premiums for county ex- so Jlr Krcmer'H entire career has been MAHU1KI) MEX EXEMPT hibits. Itoth thehu brilliant feats are one of preparation for the brilliant and war and afterward. Sho will ask no money; no materIn direct Hue with the appeal of the eliiclent handling of tlie task before Washington cm eminent for a stlmuli-tlo- n him In his eaily manhood he saw ial; no equipment. Washington, Aug. 25. President Sho will exchange pledges of na- Wilson today ruled that wives of men and Increased netliity In stock long sen Ice lit Important positions raising and food production nnd fol- with the Loulsiiile mid Nashville railtional, lasting friendship. selected in the draft should not, belowed his scleral consultatlon.s at road general olllees nnd with the law She will provo that Germany, In- - cause they had employment beforo Washington with national bodies in nnd eijnltj dliislon of the Jefferson stead of seeking to mako an ally of marriage, be thrown upon their own regard to Wo.vlng up the state to Its circuit court, thereby absorbing a grasp hor,nas been trying by propaganda to rcs0urces or upon the charity of their highest point of outvit both In food as of detail, knowledge of law nnd f a in well as stock Prom these nicotines with finance which grounded him cause rupturo between Japan and tho own or thetr i,USband's parents for United States. support. resulted the gou'rnnient's itcilsou to well In knowledge Ital to the liandliiu These aro tho outsfwding aims of get behind the State Pair with exhib- of the Pair. In fact, It was this unjjo ordered that all men upon its which will double its already mam- usual all round ability, dcnionstratesl tho forthcoming visit o' tho Japan- - whoso labors their wives or children moth Hit of ahtracUons. je'nr nfter jear to the stnte Iwinl of esc rrlsslon, which is expected to ar- depend entirely for support should 's Of keenest interest to the public In iigricultuie, that prompted Mr. rive hero soon, as they were outlined bo exempted. His action was takgeneral will doubtless be tho ko emelection b the boanl as secre-tn- rj today by a sourco close to the pro; en in response to Xation-wid- o to the Pair. To the ngrleulturnl inent nl show Ins on manikins of the embabby. Ho made theso tests against tho harsh interpretation arms, uniforms and paraphernalia of element his solectlon was eminently points: placed on tho draft law by tho Pro- all the nations now engaged in the sitlsfjlng from the fiut that .Mr. Kre1. Tlio mission is one of sent!- - Vost .Marshal General's olllcc that a Imropean war, together with mer lias Itooii a practical faimer for Kre.it woman whoso parents or whoso hus- war planes and weapons of destine-tlot- i. the past twelio je.irs, owning nnd at mont. (lovemnient olllcers s:i that the piesent residing upon and actively 2. Japan, unlike somo of tho oth- - band's parents were ablo and wilint Slihely, Ky., one of the pretcountry lias been combed for cavalrj er belligerents, is not in the slight- - ing to support hor and her children, nnd urtlllery horses, nnd Commission-e- r tiest and most piosperous farms In tho or who was qualified to gain her own Cohen's groat plan and splendid state. support, should ho thrown on these In securing for the State Por catalogue or Information nddrcsi ai Movement resources and her husband scut to Pair tlio 510.0(H) stake, as iinnounied. Pount T. Kremer, See'retary Kentucky 1 war. romes nt n psychological time nnd Is .Stato Pair, Suit t!0l Uepubllc llulldlng, Tho President's orders wcro conexpected to bale a saline stlmulur on I.oulsillle, Ky. tained ln a letter to Secretary of War on their reUakor. Immediately tho three prizes from SH.'O, $l,'i(i aim PRIZE LIST OF $1,000 ceipt, tho Secretin y got into touch 1 $100 to the nboe llgmes and glies to FAIR FOR STATE tho Kentucky State I'alr the luigcM What Came From Reading with Troxost Marshal General Crow-de- r. prize list for county exhibits eor ofCOUNTY EXHIBITS a Pinkham fered by tiny stnte fair In the Pulled Btntes with the exception of Dallas, Through the efforts of Commissioner Tex., which Is the laigest unci richest FOR FLETCHER'S Paterson, N. J. "I thank you fori fair In the country nml bus been In ex of Agriculture Mut S. Cohen the tho Lydia E. Pinkham remedies ns they long ns the Kcntmk juoducts of Kentucky will oc- lstence twlco as jp navo made me well cupy a ery eonsplcuous nnd dlstlnc-tiv- e Stnte I'alr. In addition to the cash und healthy. Somc-tim- o TKEASUKY WIHES (1,000,00(1 for nnnual awards 13. tho best county exhibits position nt tho tlfteenth ago I felt so II. Talor. .Ir., of Prank FOK EXrOKT TO JAPAX Kentucky State Pair, to bo held In Colonel run down, had pains fort, Ky., will give to the comit.i win I.ou!sllle the week of Sept. 10. This nlHg llrst prize a lianeNome sterling In srvta hnnlr nM.I nlily Au' f-J- '10 j ear tho prio list for county exhibits slhcr cup, which will be known us the l0lJ has iH'en plaecd ut tho lemarknblo llllltli i J wlllll tired, nervous, had Statos cup" nnd which will be In conseijiiem e tho "Old Tnjlor of S1.000. and II II such bad dreams. SMOO.OOO ln gold by telegraph to m worth $100. t attention of tlie entile iigilcultuuil Into did not feel liko eat- - San Francisco today for export To tho man or woman working up In terests of the state will be eeuteied on tcrest in the county exhibit winning n ing and had short Japan. This is tlio inigest slngla partli'Ular feature of the big an- prls-- will be glxen u "boostei's uwuid" this breath. I read your withdrawal of gold for Bhipment to nual celebration. The pilzo list was of $00 for the rcpiescntntlio of the advertisement in that country slnco tho movoment pint of tho jenr iinuounced tho llrst , tho newspapers and imtmn t county winning llrst piie. ." for the ,.,,.- us rendilng tho sum of $700. Til's sum rcprcscntiitlio of tho county winning decided to try a bottle of Lydin lE.Pink- , b u, t was Increased icoeiitly tliioujjli the ef- second pi lc nml $15 to the lepieseutu horn's Vegetable Compound. It worked Mo thot slnco last May an d !! of Mr Wooel Cindy of the Louis-lli- o forts bottle, so I n second the third tle ofcatalogue prize winner. mid i ess fromntho llrstalso a bottlo tookLvdia E. sre-gatClienilcal works nnd of the of from $50,000,000 to ?C0,. third, of or liifoiiuatlon Por tee of the hoard commit Pount T Kleiner, Secictno Kentiickj PInkham's Blood Purider, nnd now I am 000,000 in gold has boon transferrof trade. IIu Induced the boiud of Stnte Pair, Suit (!01 ltepublle llulldlng just us well us any other woman. I ad ed to Julian. trade members to oto uu nddltlonal Louisville. Ky. -- & Vlso overy woman, Binglo or married, ' sum of ?L'O0 unci his llim to ndd mibtli-e- r who is troubled with any of tho core- Ask Anj ono Who Has I'hCcl It. to tills amount, thus seeming $100 Thoro aro fnmlltos who nluaia aim Mnl.o our p'nns to Islt the (lflccuili aaid ailmcnt3, to try your wonderful for the county ehlbltois of tho state d auiiunl Kentucky Stnte I'ulr. to be held Vegetable Compound nnd Blood Purifier to keep u bottlo of Cliamborlain's tho unprecedented sum total of $1,000 I am euro they will help her to get ,c DtarrUooa Uomeily , 10 In Louisville tho weak of Sept I0 ,10BIO for As the list now stniids the count j winJ(M) in This Is ''doing .tour bit" towiud stlimi ning llist pi lo will iceelie county winning second juke kiting nnd eiicoiirntiing ngricultuio and York U '" "ot on,y a 80a '"veitment but cash, the St, Paterson, N. J. nilsliig In nceoiiluiice with the will leeehe SiVi, nml the winner of stock 3 Write tho LydlaE. Pinkham Medicine I0',! th" " 0,ld of thin! prlo will lecelie $I."10. This lifts govurumiiit's call. rollablhty, nk anyonw who has Co, (coiifidontinl) Lynn, Mass, if you ,t0 Deed special advice. in ,usd it. War Planes and Weapons on View WAR MUST BE i SfflH s:rrTT-iwrfaklPXgg.- At Kentucky's Great State Fair v '.Vet, finnlcntj 15Flu.idDr.vhn' ll?U'r-cv-t: CASTftRIH VH y WL ! HB For Infants and Children. DM HP im'iW . I"- I flTiffllTT' ri V?T?1 1 W ii n -' ii mIiii war1 r i "Gcr-mnny- m it.U F - ' B ' Mothers ' i' Know That 9 yrJ. 3 u Ts ST IB. n am I II Xf , 'A' M "IT nr.j.i.i.irt,.nnMlinn!.if,S- - .ALUUUUH ',.,,RnsT. ;, ""-- Genuine Castcria ISM f finiMcSKmadswlBovgtL VJ.wvt- - II w Always Bears the Signature of IjF in . p rahlnc l.'.B. ."' .J- -r Mineral. yoTAncoTic JlafptafO'MSS.'mimm JlinplUl Jnw Attip !lse For Over .r 'i 1. 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T. to Starck Piano must -make good n'ltli ou, -or there Is no sale. .rfwr''7 30 We DAYS' FREE TRIAL ii Save $150.00 or Mort Easy Payments W'e guarantee .to f urakh jou a better piano for the money than )ou can You are assured of receiving secure elsewhere. a satisfactory swett tontJ durabla high grade cost of ) our piano. Mp direct to you from our factoT, at prices that saie jou upwards ot $150 00 is Jie piano. Tou pay no cash down, but after 00 days 01 trial, jou can tegin psyment on tue lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to cult your convenience, and it is possible for jou to buy a pxino tor your nome, without nls'ing the money. ,. r Starck riayer-Pianar the best and most beautiful PHver fiiuos on ids i"ou win oe v market. lighted with the many features of the) wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the ury low prices at which they can be secured, g for 25 years. hl irun'intra has baoc of it ojr 35 ) oars ot piano experience, and the reputation of on old established, responsible piano bouse. OR.Ynav Cii9tanlo4 Every Starck Tiaio l 2nd Hand Bargain -- PlayarHanf oiarcK 50 Fraa Muslo Lessons nurcliascr of T Starck Piano, we gUc free lessons, in one of music the best known schools ln Chicago. These l.ssons you can take in sour own home, ty mail. This represents one ) car's free Instruction. every We haic constantly en hand a large number of slightly ued and second hand I mnos of alt rtandard makes tiken ln exchange for new Starck Pianos snd Player Pianos. Tho fallow j ins are a few sample bargains: wecer Steinway Chickering Kimball Kre-nier- Starck $11000 92 00 90.00 95.00 195.00 Send for our latest complete Second hand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Snd today for our new beautifully illustrated plana hook wmen glies you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. W rite today. Piano Bock Froa 1313 Starck Bldr.. CHICAGO . WHAN NOW IN Yon Can Yon Be Whatever PERFECTHEALTH Want To Be t t J Children Cry ngil-tultur- nl 1 I CASTORfA 8UU-tnsu- You can bo a succes3, and a big success, if you have 11k-u- werylrTeEuiar:!" Y' rY MI ?-- I i,tnt t ag-nn- AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. Tho road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost with- out exception aro the men who prepared yestorday. We prepare you for tlio position that are waiting for the prepared man or woman. School in session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. Col-on- llli 1 ;, (Incorporated) 1 m i ". 0WE1NSB0R0, KY. ja"- - sjrr- - PEA !jwfttQCSSatk'jMi ;... JA JfirfceWWS 'ij.j' Fia. . ij.J-- .' uh I ts i: 1 4 e and convert them Into draft or ex- ALLIES ABILITY CAPTAIN emption boards, but It strikes us ns being ft hardship altogether uncallKILLS FIANCEE DEPRESSES HUNS entered BCcordlnR to lnw nt the roMottlce ed for, especially in some Instances. li&rtford, Ky., m mall matter ol the eecond At this particular season of the year elsM, j Sheriffs are, or should bo, busily en- 'gnged In collecting the revenue due RELIEF IS, THAT KAISER WILI sinks vessel not knowing .W. S. T1NSLFA, Editor & Bus. Mgr. S(n(c Th,9 enforc. was NOT in: aiii.i: TO GO THRU " AltOAKI). ed absence of the Sheriff from his of- ANOTHER WINTER. to Address all communlcatlona fire n1(, ,ho ,lutes, connected therc-(Th- e Hartford Republican. pg a Rrent Inconvenience, wlln not only to himself, hut uouiry New York, Aug. 25. How a CapEngland nnd Franco believe GerNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Treasuries as well. The most Incon- many will bo unable to endure an- tain of a German unwittingly nbKribeni ilwlrlnc the tiiwr eent to n new may be, ocdre unit Rive the old nililrti In ranking the venienced perhaps Is, or other winter of wnr. The corres- killed his Norweglnn sweetheart, her casioned by the enforced absence of pondent of tho Sun, who was recent- father and brother, who wero on tho rrqoent, BntlneM Locnlct nml Notlieo Mc per line nnd Cc tho Clerk of the County Court from ly in France, has seen proof that the ship he torpedoed, is a story told by per line for ench ndilltloniil his olllco. The overage County Clerk entente nlllcs nro magnificently equip- survivors of another sinking, that of Obltnnrlf. Ilenolntlnnii nnd Cnrd ol ThtnWISc in this State figures on running the ped for winter operations, nnd do not tho American bark Artensus. line, money In mtvnnrp. calls? We Ready to serve your country when Cburili XotUfK tor ihtvIw free, bat other Clerk's olllce with ono or perhaps two Capt. Wlmborn, of the Artensus, intend to nllow tho Germans any restdTtrtlif mrnt, lie per line. deputies. It takes months to train pite but intend to mnkc the winter'. know the commander before will receive no Anonymons coiumuuli'ntlon af'e ready to serve the trade needed things one for the various duties of a com- hardships doubly severo for them by the war nnd on his Inst trip when he ttentlon petent deputy County Court Clerk. continuing tho present campaign. was torpedoed ho was taken beforo Let something happen to tho chief things in Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Dress They The desperate stato that Germnny tho chief of tho submarine. -- .. L23 deputy, as has been tho case In this has reached, Sura"cilani only In regard to recognized each other and when Capt. not ' Iutvkeil county, and tho Clerk Is simply up continuing Trimmings, Notions, Floor Coverings, Overwar, bat also the re- - Wlmborn asked his friend what had against it, so to speak. The chief construction the her commerce nnd In become of the girl he wns engaged of AUGUST CI deputy, Mm Woerner, has been sick dustries nfter the war, was unwitting - to, the Gorman burst Into tears. alls, Hosiery, Clothing, Shoes and Hats. FRIDAY, for n number of days and out of tho ly exposed recently through -l Tho commander took him the unln olllce. Mr. Iilankenshlp, tho Clerk, lintitlnnnl Invito nt tltn rtr ns, Tim tfl llld iiltild ulwtitjt Ii I til tl linll lilttl. so we are Informed, ha. repeated! Ltlmtlon rovcaIei, ,a brlefIy ,,rC(, photographs of the girl nnd ths: tried to get off of tho local board, but When tho Rclschtng on July 19 then told tho story. A short time it appears that the powers above will adopted tho resolution declaring for previous It had been necessary for not release him, so he Is compelled peace without indemnities and with- him to fire a shell at a small schoon Our buyer has returned from the market to give his time to the duties of the out annexation, it spoke with the er before ripping It to pieces with a Is a matExemption Board, when It volco of the great majority of the na - torpedo. Tho schooner happened to where he purchased an immense stock of ter of tho most urgent Importance tin.. ..ft I.. tw nnnnr ri.ffnt.. 1.1 - l.rt ill.l . t til.. nUI'a fntltn tt' I , U 1i.i 1,1 J 1Mb IUI Blind Ul nil- uv mill " iiiu till I a ii.iiii.-i- twin iiv.1 As null olllce. that ho bo in tho Clerk's terly nnd dreading another winter of father, brother and herself on board the newest creations, all of the newest we said, it may be n wise and just war with all its horrors, cold, bun- - A splinter from the shell killed the ' pursue, but we can't jiut course to ger and nakedness. It spoke also for girl; her father was also slain by J weaves and styles. Our goods are arriving exactly see It in that light. We bearmy which Is desperately tired the shot nnd when her brother, rrcoir- county olllclals should tho lieve that tho of fighting nnd is constantly losing illicit ins mhiit s luvur, uu ruiiru.njiidaily, and we can show you lots of new be left freo and unhampered to perof tho belief of the ed 111 in and then, on attacking him, which the people bntles because form tho duties for REPUBLICAN TICKET. soldiers that the enemy now, by was knocked Into the sea by a Ger-- I things already, and there are more com- elected them. ' means of superior machinery, is man sailor, and did not reappear. Tor Representative In addition to tho pictures, the slaughtering Germans with comparing. ONE DEAD, ONE DYING, L. L. EMBRY. ative safety. Tho army Is becoming commander's cabin wns filled with AS RESULT OF SHOOTING For County Judge dangerously Infected with the feeling tokens of the girl he himself hml ' MACK COOK. . no longer has a fair chance, killed and to whom he had written Hickman, Ky., Aug. 25. As the that it We are better prepared to serve you than ever,-anFor County Attorney because the fight has become one of n poem, the translation of which result of a shooting affair that oc- German blood and muscle against A. D. KIRK. the follows: curred late today, Virgil Brown is rewe invite you to call and examine our For County Clerk allies' steel and Iron. ported dead and his cousin, Herbert W. C. BLANKENSHIP. Dear soul, oh, whither have you fled? Pence Conditions Told Chancellor. The Brown, of this city, Is dying. stock. For Sheriff "Chancellor Mlchaells knew that The world was mine when you were affair occurred at Bondurant, eight S. A. BRATCHER. Reichstag represented both the near; :. miles below here. Herbert Brown tho For Jailer people and the army and he felt Raise my bowed heart, you are not Is the son of Mrs. Charles Brown. The WORTH TICHENOR. dead; family is widely known here. Rob- compelled to accept the principle of For Assessor We'll meet again or heaven itself shooting, is the peace resolution, but when tho ert Miller, who did the D. E. WARD. jingoes learned what he had done wero drear. reported seriously cut. Sheriff For Superintendent of Schools Deputy Thomas have they became violently angry nnd the and E. S. HOWARD. Capt. WImborn's story has not chancellor was told that he must regone to tho scene. For County Surveyor v ,v cant because peace without annexa- been confirmed from other sourc" C. S. MOXLEY. tions or indemnities spelled ruin for es. SPEEDS THRU FOG TO For Coroner Germany. ESCAPE SUBMARINE DR. A. B. RILEY. Party. "It was pointed out that GermaFor Justice of tho -- 'eace Phllpot, Ky.. Aug. 22. Mr. and Aug. 23. By ny had spent half of her national An Atlantic Port, , Hartford District Mrs. Caney Davis gavo a lawn party running at full speed Into the thick wealth in the war and had lost .ill Tuesday night In honor of their ED. SHOWN. good-wi- ll of mankind, and of a fog, a British steamer, in today claim to tho Beaver Dam District guests, Misses Etta and Clnra Wnl- from a foreign port, escaped a Ger- with it tho markets of the world. Iaco aml "nrtley Tlnsley, before leav- SAM L. STEVENS. 44 man submarine which had pursued Germany could not rehabilitate herCcntcrtown District Ior AKron, unio. moso presem her for several hours while trying self without huco Indemnities: all "K GEO. W. ROWE. were: Misses Velva Davis, Ora May to get close enough to discharge a supplies of manufacturers' materials 1, Hartford; Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Doit Rotkport District wero exhausted; there was neither and Maud Kirk, Mary McKinley, TO TRAIN AVIATORS torpedo. The captain of the steam and baby, Mrs. W. R. Bean. Mrs. Q. B. BROWN. Elizabeth Vaughn, Verdle McKinley. er reported that the took up money nor credit nor goods to ex Gerdic McKinley, Sue Lizzie Lancas- Brnnfleld. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Roslne District change for new supplies. the chase shortly nfter his vessel got AT JEFFERSONVILLE J. E. Mitchell nnd boys, and daughW. C. DAUGHERTY, tor, Elsio Lancaster, Etta and Clara "The country's fiscal system was away from port and was gradually ter, Miss Nell, of Dundee, Ky. Sulphur Springs District All Wallace, Hartley Tlnsley, Ella Hell , cutting down the distance between based, when tho empire plunged in ..... .. - r.i.-,- .-somed to enjoy W. S. DEAN. themsehes flue. plan to finance the auuieriaim. nossie aueiiou ami riorthem when he reached the edge of hostilities, on tho Fordsvllle District (JET ONE OF Mrs. R. E. Leo thinks she Is the hap- ence Leo BamlHIl; Messrs. Herman ww .. awna innna. .. the fog. Accepting the lesser of two wnr tiirmiHi au..Up nmi nt tho nml nr Davis, Ellis Davis. Walter Wade, INDIANA TOWN TO TO piest of nil for she Is tho mother of B. F. RICE. HE ESTEN STATIONS Imdangers, the captain gavo orders to a short, sharp struggle, to exact n lino baby boy, who arrived In their Bartlett District Clyde Wallace, Harry Lashbrook, El). TABLISH send tho ship ahead and for an hour mense Indemnities or territories sufhome on tho 22d. B. C. RHOADS. or more, with the siren silent, sue ficient to pay tho loans. This ex- James Allen, Melton Conrad, Archie ONE PRESENT. " King, Armendt McKinley, Ernest Mcsailed along with the fog so thick plains whj Germany has paid pracJackson, Ora Lee Kirk, Free? Russia is reaping the ben- that there would have been no time tically all of her war costs up to this Kinley, Aug. 2S. Word Washington, ROBERT .1. DUFF. efits of a certain kind of socialism. to swing about had another craft ap- time from the proceeds of loans. It Walter Lashbrooks, Eura Lancaster, reached the Indlnna congressional King, Emmett Height, Mr. and delegation today that tho Government Who wants it? was expected that the war would last peared 100 yards away. Robert J. Duff, who died nt his July a few mouths; then, following Mrs. Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Barnhlll, Is preparing to establish a large aviae Lower tho prices and there will RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH complete victory, the indemnities Mrs. McKinley and two child) en, Mr. tion training station at JcfTersonvlllo, home In Sulphur Springs on August a not be so much necessity for taxing OF LONIE JOHNSON would flow in and more than dis- and Mrs. Basil Hell, and several oth- Ind., which is to lie made a center of 17th, was 70 years old and past, having been born on December 2!"., lS:t7, Their names not aviation activities. war profits. Then tho people may charge the loans, v.'hlletho colonies ers being present. One Present. have a better chance to live. Whereas, Lonlo (Wit) Johnson, and trade of her crushed enemies being known. Tho station Is to he located cloe near Chattanooga, Tenn.,from whenco-h- o camo to this htntc with a relative who was a member of Hartford Camp would bo selcd and Germany would to tho corporation of Joffersonvllla With the licensing or restriction No. 202, W. O. W., died August 23, be enriched. and within easy reach of Louisville, while a more boy, his father and MARKET REPORTS. of shipments of lood ami other sup- 1017, age 2S. Joined this Camp in Want Victory Rcgnr!lc of Life. wlicro the national army cantonment mother having died when ho wits plies to foreign, neutral countries, 1914, and lived a truo and loyal 'l'"10 Mall. "Every day makes the situation already Is established. Germany is likely to scratch the bot- Sovereign until called to tho Sover- moro dosperate and impresses more Deceased Is survived by his widow, It Is planned to establish ten of export steers, $11 tom of the bucket a bit earlier. eign Camp above. deeply upon the ruling hierarchy the j Cnttlo Prime these aviation training camps in the "r8' Martha, and threo dnughters, ? 12.50; heavy shipping steers, $0 Resolved, That In the death of absolute necessity of forcing a vicStntes and tho one at Mrs. G. L. Johnston. Ellzahethtowii: $11; light shipping steers $7f It has been suggested that T. R. Sovereign Johnson this Camp has tory, no matter at what cost of huJefiorsonvlllo will bo among tho Inrg- - Mrs. I). H. Godsoy, Narrows, and Mrs. ' head an army of 100,000 men and go lost one of its best members and his man life, In butcher steers, $0 50.50; fat Ivls Mncan, Olaton. Also seven boiih. order to exact the In- 59.00; $G 50.25; fat cows, 57 & Jest according to tho Information Hint to Russia. We are not expecting that place heifers, nomas T. and Robert C of Lonls-- I l around tho Camp In the forest demnities that might inr.ke economic reached the Indiana delegation. 1.50 Teddy will bo shelved In that manner $5.25; bulls, 5S.50; canners, , a. vllle, Olllo W., Trlsler; Dr. J. . is vacant, but his memory will bo rehabilitation possible. feeders, $G(J5S.50; Ju&t now the benr'b teeth are on tho C. P. and Otis, of Sulphur , Dundee; cherished by tho remaining Sover"Realizing tully this situation, tho Seeds Fin in Seed. wrong end. eigns. Bo it further timothy, red top, crimson, roil, Springs and Roinnoy R., of IndianapGermany compelled Chan- stockers, $5.50 $7.75. Rye, rulers of Calves Best veals, ll'.Ac to 12c; n cellor Mlchaells to repudiate his ac sweet 'clover seed for sow- olis. Ind. Deceased served thru tho Hartford is on the map as ono of' "solved. That we point tho grades lower and unchanged. alslke and right. war of ISfil to C5 as n member cf of Sovereign Johnson to the great ceptance of tho Reichstag, rfholutlon. other ing. Prices small towns within Undo Hogs Supply light and prices 25c Co. V. 17th Ky. Inft. Ho was mar," W. K. ELLIS & BRO. m His action promptly caused such an 'higher; Otl """ "s Sam's domain to eniov tho dlstlncbest 210 pounds and up ried in early llfo to Miss Josephine his good deeds explosion of papular wrath from the tiou of n food survey or Inventory 105 to 210 pounds, $17.75; Wedding, who died In 1SC5. Ho y Resolved, That these resolutions peoplo that tho chan- $18.10; CHNTERTOWN. This date lias been designated for to 1C5 pounds, $10.75; pigs, In 1870 to Mrs. Martha Kuy- bo published In both county papers, cellor had to hedge and promlne that 120 Aug. 28. Mr. and Mrs Ramie commencing tho survey. roughs, $10.15 TV i.i., milmnilnll. ivtin mifi'lvim and a page of tho minutes bo set ho would accept tho Reichstag plat- 513.50 $14.75; tu nun i.. Evnusvlllc, Ind arO Visit- Hcfllu, of tor union all but ono of tjio ten chil- npart for a copy, and a copy be sent form. Now neither, side is buro of down. State Examiner and Inspector, Nat Lambs Best grade, $14. 50 $13; lug relatives here. in on wore Horn. Mr. Duff united Probably ho him- his real intention. B. Sewcll in n report says, that many to tho family. Miss Agues Duncan spent Saturseconds, $0.50 $10.50. E. P. BE.NETT, Is equally uncertain and is driftttato employes overcharge and pad day night and Sunday with Miss Mar- with the M. E. church In 1872, of Sheep Best grade, $7.75 $8.00; which ho wns a member until death. S. L. KING, ing, awaiting events, which dally are their expense accounts, tho ho doe garet Benton. $G.0O, down. Thoro was no better citizen In Ohio DR. A. II. RILEY. weighing moro and niorp against bucks, not glvo any names. Don't suppose Mrs. Ida Bishop, of Dallas, Texas , Q county than Undo Boh Duff, ns ho oo him." It Is any of Stanley's FIro Putters Is tho guest of relatives hero. BEET SUGAR MEN VIRGINIA IS BIGGEST was generally called by thoso who K Out. Miss Mary Render, of Llvermoro, WILL CUT IMC SOAPSTONE PHODUCER spent tho week-en- d SALE! with her Blister, knew him best. In politics, ho had always been u Republican and the In tho food census about to bo Washington, Aug. 20. An ngreo-mo- Mrs. Alvin Rowe. Saturday, Sopfember 15, 1017, at Soapstono is n massive rock so rich made, tho queens of all of Hartford'3 sugar Mr. Samuel Roneer, of Rochester, lntch string to his door has been pullby tho country's boot 1 o'clock p. on Midway Farm, H ed moro often perhups, thaiijnny larders uud pantries nro mnro than In tale us to hnvo a soapy feel. It miles South in., Hartford; :i mile producers to limit tho prlco of their la In town this week. of Is more extensively quarried nnd used likely to ho called upon for an invenMr. Randall Ross, who has boon within tho whole locality whoro ho 3 miles North production so ns to eftect n reductory and tho ladles of this town In tho United States than In any oth- West of Beavor Dam; cents In Detroit, Mich., for somo time, has resided, ho bolug very hospitnb'lo and er country. Its most Important ap- of Mclionry. I will offor for salo 45 tion of about ono and one-haof lino guntlonmnly qualities. bliould urrnngo in advance to mnko sugar como home. head of Southdown Sheep to the high- a pound in tho present prlco of the work easy, temple nnd quickly plication, dopcudlug on Its roMUtnucc est hlddor. Tho shoep will he sold In was announced tonight by tho Food Little John Calloway, who was run to heat, acids, and olectrlclty, Is In disposed of. laundry tubs, lab- - bunches of 5 and 10 hoad, also In n Administration, with .notico to tho over by a wagon load of lumber last EXPLORERS AWAIT tho manufacture of moan a sav- - week, Is getting along nicely. DEATH injungu-- ; We wore Juit uegliintnK t'o need oratory tablo top, tanks, hlnkss, fitmo flock. Theso shcop should nut loave public that this should Born to the wifo of J. C. Lnwronco hoods, and switchboards, and In gen-it- 's tho county, as thoy are good breed- - ing of $30,000,000 between now nnd ralu aud as we are writing this squill Sli Kranclfcco, Aug. 2(5. Bradley ing stock, and we are short of sheep the first of next year. It nuo was on Monday, a flno boy. falling nice and gentle. Crops eral insulation, besides many t Jonosjand Danlol M. Wise, scientist When wool is 75c announced that the wholesale grocers in the county. took more or uses growing out of its blow to do belter and and explorers for tho Cnruuglo InstiWATERMELON EATING. to than over beiore in this atton of heat. There was u small per pound and lambs ISo per pound, had nursed proveut limit distribution tute. Villi Inft illtll- nnimtl-- Ind ..,.n.. oxorbltant charg-mat jvni locality. tearing production of soapstono In Cullfor- - somebody will sure make some mon- chargos to Farmers are not R. H. Lees, for Sojith Amorloa, ""..J awaiting At Mr. nnd Mrs. es. wero ey to buy this stock. dowB their old barns, hut lustead are la in 1916, according to the United ' Sunday ovOlaton, on tho Adminis- Route In heart or a sell trying to get additions and new on Stea Geologioal Survey, Department I will alsobull isone goadand of good trationtho near futuroprice ut which onlng, 1,Thoso presentlastwero: Mr.- death in tho tho Amnion Jungle- near tho head of will state the gentle River on This liullt, q that tko wioriHOua orop may of the Interior, hut almost tho oatlrt Bull. the wholesale sugar should bo deliv- and Mrs. R. E. Lee and children, Mr. Juno 2!L according to a lottur wliloli. output of the United States came dlstioiltion aud good breeder. bo tfll'd wltutt harvaat limo Ji at ' Tho meeeoge, Terns made Iciiewn an day of sale. ered at large consuming; cantor. The and Mrs. Lufo Wellor and children, reaehodlhere tmn Virginia, where there were four Jmud, price fixed Is tho equiva- Mrs. Hllsa Lee and Mrs. Annie My- - mailed tit Lima, Peru, gave no indl- producing uarrlwj. The total yield Rawewber the date and be sure to be beet attgnr lent of $7.25. cane sugar basis, f. o. ers, of Route 1, Olaton, Mr. and Mm. - oatlenT.f the fato that met tho two II. KHOADS, . It assy be a wjee mm of pro for IS 10, iHeludlng that or Qalifor there. James T. Davis and little sou, Rout'i men. b. senpert reHinlng ports, Hartford, Ky. to take' tho county olllotals it!, was 19,082 short tons. odur Hartford Republican. ! that sweetheart i i at lAre You Prepared? it Inn-rtto- at :piio;tec. Jaitn:s' at o just t , ' t f i t , ii Hud-dlest- Carson Si rcnr,c.A.'r:3 Co t t t I Hartford, Ky. 1 at -- ' ' j Mid-weste- I 1 A-- fami-flftee- '' i peace-hungr- ...,... i nt lf l sraall-coHtin- ue t-- j y, . . - ' I L ra NOW READY -- II. Coombs, and Mrs. Coombs during Messrs. Henry Nail, J. F. Gilles- tho past ten days, returned to her pie, II. P. Lowe, J. C. Casebler nnd home In Louisville yesterday. M. I). King, nttended the Itockport, Iiul., Fair., Fair last week. Miss Hcttlc Riley, who had been Mr. J. M. Taylor, of Illpley, Tenn., making an extended stay In Dawson D visited tho family of Mr. Kowan Springs, and Union City, Tenn., whero Mr. Taylor sho visited her brother, W. II. Itlley, X Holbrook last wcok-enOur advance shipment of Fall Coat All pupils holding common school diplomas receive is a brother of Mrs. Holbrook. and Mrs. Hlley, returned homo WedSuits and Ladles' Cloaks arc here and free tuition. All departments, from first to twelfth Messrs. It. 10. Leo Simmcrman, E. nesday. grade inclusive, are open to outside students. For E. Illrkhcad and T. II. lllack aro In They ready for your Inspection. ltoouville, Ind., attondlng the fair. Edward Duke, who had been visitfurther information cull on or address como In all shades, and in materials They will return this evening. ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mrs. LeslkTLcach and niece, Miss Duke, for a few days, returned to that aro unntatchahle In uality and Geneva Taylor, of Weaver Dam, aro Stone, Ky., Wednesday, whero he Is price. Thco above cut shows some spending the summer at Atlantic (employed by a Coal Company of that place. City. The Argus, Central City. KY. change In styles, hut decidedly pret!" Miss Huth Kllcy-temporarily ty. Prices will run from Miss Mattye Duke, who has nccept-durln- g County Clerk Dlankenshlp, the absenco of Miss Sophia cil tho position of Assistant Principal or of the Hardy High Woerner, who is on tho sick list, Vn" Mi v School, left here Wednesday, prepar Armn T.n.i t0 ass"mlB "er duties on Sep- a busy session on last Monday ."t LOW ROUIND - TRIP FARES nlght. An old fnshloned fish fry tomber 3. - TO was given at the New Commercial. Mrs. Homer Crowe, of Evansville, Petty's Restaurant, conducted by Arthur himself, is serving tho Ind., spent Tuesday and Wednosdav 10-1lunches liko you used to get there hero the guest of Mr. J. C. Itlley arid 5 Louisville, family. Mrs. Crowo is now visiting Ct-Yes, tho drinks aro ice cold. Excursion Tickets on Sale Sept. 10 to 15, via relatives in the Nocreek and Beda Tho Mission Hoard of the Ohio communities. County Baptist Association, was in Good returning until Sept. 17 J session hero Tuesday. The ladles of Tho Pioneer News, of Shepherds- .. .!. T nnnllnnlnfa OTT1v in 1nfil uDwv T. jfw M TJ T? , tl tVTlfn nfnnt ui . u nttlU J? Ul i, lUllllCi the Baptist Church entertained the vllle, from the devil to the editor, ainvHMo WJ R. D. Pusey, G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. V Board. took a vacation last week, so that tho Our advance styles In Ladles' Fall Millinery Is also In our Dr. F. B. DeWltt, or Itockport, wasifnp. rml,,i nifn,i tin? rtullltt Countv DeWltt Fair, and no paper was Issued durIn town last Monday. Dr. house; so If for any reason you are In a rush for your fall outfit has been appointed and commission ing that week. Experience In thousands of homes STRAY STREAKS. If not ready to we are fn a position to meet your requirements. ed First Lieutenant, Medical Oillcers has proved that tho MAJESTIC is - the one range that .gives real satisReserve Corps. jU(ic0 Warner E. Settle, of Bow(By Fluke McFluke.) buy come in any way and acquaint yourself with the new styles. Sco us for that good Itango or Green, candidate for faction and cuts down the cost of livcap Cook Stove that you are In need to tho Court of Appeals from this ing. An expert from tho MAJESof. Can save you money by buying district, was in town recently, look- TIC factory will be at our store durACTON BROS, ing up old friends, as well as making ing the week commencing Monday, "Ham" Likens says he dreads for from us. Hartford, Ky. new acquaintances. 8t2 Sept. 3, and will show you why the the date to como when he must get MAJESTIC is the only range for winter housings for those feet of Mrs. Oiua Lee Turner and daughand remember that It pays to trade with a house that saves you his. Taylor, who has accepted a you. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Park ter, Cathleen, have been engaged and " money. assumed charge of tho local office of position with the I. C. R. R. Co., Our wife don't have much trouble the Ohio County Farmers Mutual left on last Saturday for Water Val-l- e of MAJESTICS aro Thousands Miss., to assume his duties. Mr. keeping us In nights, due sho says, Telephone Co. sold through the personal recommenwith the enWiikoiis IWjiKons! The COLUM- Taylor will be connected dations of neonle who use them and to the dangerous and snakey appear- gineering department. (Not BUS Wagon Is tho best. Just receivknow that they cook and bake better, ance of the town's side walks ed a car load. Como to sec me. less fuel, and save repair ex- - a paid ad.) burn Mrs. Jackson Carter, of Rockport, penses. Come to our store during LUTHER CIIINN, at an Inquest held In County Court tho week comencing Monday, Sept. Notice whoro Leo Slmmerman haa Beaver Dam, Ky. last Monday, was adjudged to be a 3d, and the MAJESTIC expert will advertised for a pair of lost, Weed Mr. andMrs. RELeo Simmer-ma- n person of unsound mind, or a lunatic, and daughter, Miss Winnie Da- and was committed to the Western tell you why the MAJESTIC is the auto chains. Leo perhaps auto among ranges. .vertlse for change lost to Weldeman. vis; Messrs. T. H. Black and E. G. Kentucky Asylum for, tho Insane. E. P. BARNES &. BRO. Itockport, Ind., Barrass, attended tho Our wife says when thoso food fel- Fair last week. Mr. Lon Smith, who resides on Something doing all the time at Panther Creok, Northern portion of Mlss Mary Belle Taylor and broth- - lows como surveying at our house It our MAJESTIC RANGE DEMON- the county, has purchased tho farm er. Lieut. Clvde Taylor, near Whites- - may bo by bounds, but she'll be . . .., Dr. J. B. Tappan and family were STRATION this week at our store. of Miss Wlllyo Smith, known as tha vllle, after spending a few days here, switched if there'll bo any 111U1113. guests of friends In Beaver Dam last as thero hasn't been any- -. Better not miss it. T. J. Smith farm, situated about two tho oupsts of Mr. Howard Ellis and 'about It, Sunday. on the thing but a little bacon-bu- t E. P. BARNES & BRO. miles from town on the Hartford and wlfo, left Wednesday, Miss Taylor , ..AUGUST iM JlllDAV,. Taylor for place for more than two months. You can get a jiuuud I'edestal Dinfor her home and Lieut. Glenn TInsley returned last Sun- Morgantown, old road. ing Table for a little piece of money day from Akron, Ohio, whero ho had Louisville, where ho was under or St2 been working for tho Good Year That ham story circulated by Alec V., II. & ST. h. It. K. TIMK TABLE. from ACTON BROS. Little Miss Catherine Hampton, of ders to report, ho was recently comPorter, some time since, has probabNo. 113 duo at EUmltch 8:32 p.m. For Hugs In all sixes and quality Rubber Co., during the past three the Christian Church Home, Louis- missioned Lieutenant from the Officers' Training Camp, Fort ly gotten to the authorities at WashNo. 110 duo at EUmltch 7:30 a.m. at lowest prices, months. cal, on ACTON and one-haville, Ky., after spending flvo weeks ington, and now this whole communiSt2 No. 112 Lv. EUmltch ... 3:40 p.m. BItOS., Hartford, Ky. vacation with some of tho members Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Mr. W. U. iiennett aim daughter, ty is subjected to a food InvestigaIrvlngton ... 6:35 p.m. Ar. Addison Howard, Deputy Circuit Miss Esther, of this place, and Mrs. of the local Church of Christ, returnTliusiy do wo suiter for the. Lv. Irvlngton ... 5:56 p.m. Court Cleric, spent Sunday In Itock- W. C. Ambrose, of Beda, went to ed to Louisville Tuesday. G. Keown, with her tion. Mrs. John sins of others. . 7:40 p.m. port Ar. Loulsvlllo mother, Mrs. J. P. Morton, have mov with his parents. Dawson Springs Monday, whero they . V. Lv. Loulsvlllo .. 8:35 a.m. No. Tho S. S. of the Hartford Bap- ed Into tho rcsldenco recently pur Mrs. Geo. Arbuckle.of Central City, will remain for ten days. Wo notice whero an old fiddlers plcnlc-inIrvlngton ...10:00 a. m. Ar. chased by Capt. Keown, just below paper tist Church, spent yesterday was the guest of Mrs. It. E. Duko The Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. The day was spent at tho air tho Baptist church. Capt. Keown contest was held a day or so ago in published at Shepherdsvlllo, has from Friday until Sunday. ' Hopkins county. They offered a prize 1:04 p. m. Ar. EUmltch r frnm mi plight in n four nace Grounds. Tho day being cloudy and was recently engaged In the Insurance for the best fiddler in tho most difand Frank K. n. It. TIME TABLE. somewhat cool, detracted materially business In Lafayette, Tenn., but havM., II. qualified as guardian of the heirs of bize. on account of tho increased cost from tho pleasure of tho occasion. ing accepted a position with the .1. ferent positions, tho best fiddler with South Hound, No. 115 paper and other supplies. tho greatest number of instruments m. Milton Black, deceased, on tho 2Sth. of S:45 n. Duo ot Hartford I. Caso Threshing Machlno Company, Mr. find Mrs. Jeff Wilson, after Mr. L7M7 Render, ot Loulsvlllo, Is No. 114 D. G. Miller and sons, and assigned to Texas Territory, his and also for the ugliest fiddler. Don't Mr. and Mrs. North Bound, visiting 5:55 p. m. spending a few days hero with his spending several weeks Griffin and Josopii Sidney, of Central family returned to this, their old see why in tho dickens M. Bean Duo at Hartford friends and relatives here and at oth- City, nrrived hero-- Monday to visit didn't enter. Wo think wo see whero parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ben (Both "Mixed Trains.) i,0mo er Kentucky points, returned to their tho family of Mr. Miller's mother, Marvin could have pulled down at der. Pontine, Miss., Wednesday, least one of the prizes. Mrs. Jcnnlo T. Miller. Mr. Miller Gllmoro Keown has been as homo in Lieut. Miss Gorln Flener, teacher In the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rains, ot Now roturne,i llomo Thursday, but Mrs. Gun the Grammar I signed to lCSth327th Machlno Tay-'lo- r. Iberia, La., after spending some time M1Ucr .,,, sons wm ren,ain-t- the College, hasDepartment her of Hartford That watermelon Lute Eastordy Brigade, Camp Battalion, resignation, tendered left in tho office tho other day, that Personal News visiting friends and relatives In tho eml of tlie WC0: Ky. which was very reluctantly accepted had grown within a glass, I Cromwell nnd Roslno cominunltle Misso3 Ida Wjiglit and Besslo Aus- ' by tho board. Miss Flener has been Jug, must havo tho whiskey rewas hero Tuesday enrouto to Owens- and SoGial Euents, Mr. Marvin Balrd, who has had offered and has now accepted a po tin, of Horton, wore guests of Misses boro. charge of tho local office of the Ohiogitlon n t,0 HarrisburS( ArU.r mBi, stored to the jug In order to preMurrlll and Winnio Wilson last Mr, Orvllle Powers, of Omaha, County Farmers Mutual Telephone School. Miss Flener's work while serve It here at Tho Republican ofweok-dn4., Nob who has been visiting relatives Co., during tho past threo years, hero was of a splendid character. The fice, so I heard tho boss tell Lute. Mrs. WCKlng and children, of Ho further said ho thought tho inelon points In tho resigned his position recently and to - ! Seo Eck Itlal for Kindling Wood. Christine, Miss., are visiting tho fnm-il- y at Dundee and other Arkansa8 schooi has , sou,e manner, county, was tho guest pf his aunt, gcther with Mrs. Balrd, havo removed captured two of Hartford's former would bo perfectly safo that way, of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henshaw, Seo Hartford Mill Co., Tor Lime, .Mrs. U. S. Carson, ono day recent- - to Boonvllle, Ind., whero Mr. Balrd teachers, Prof. Brown having pro- sinco Charlie King was not hero any of near town. more. and Cement. Plaster ly. has accepted a position with tho ceeded Miss Flener. Mrs. CharlloSmlth and son, EdFordsville, wis Association. Mr. J. W. Roby, of Watch our advertisements in this Amorlcan Speaking of Mr. Eastordy's melon ward, have returned from a visit to of how tho In town last Tuesday. Madison-vill- o paper for full particulars Prof. J. T. Hoagland has been in the Jug, wo overheard tho boss ax relatives at Hartford. The Miss Norlno Harris Bamctt, of this children can recelvo n nice souvenir To" trndo horse for cow "Wanted as Instructor In tho Lute how he guessed the said melon Hustler. 9t4 neroplano on Tuesday afternoon be- place, has been employed by tho and calf. U. S. CAKSON. Department ot Hartford Col- found Its way Into the jug and Luto of junk, tween 3 and 5. WANTED All kinds School Board to take charge Hartford lege, during tho coming year, Prof. says ho reckoned houio of his neigh- Buy that Kitchen "Cabinet from hides, wool, feathers and roots. of tho place mado vacant by tho reslg E. P. BARNES & BRO. St2 ua takes the position made va - (bor8 ,lld the Jug ,n tha wcods In his BROS., Hartford, Ky. ACTON D. L. D. SANDEFUB, nation of Miss Gorln Flener. Miss Prof. TrsGrcor7oroilvet, III , " ". reslgmUlon o Pro B. 8. mc,on patch 1Iot knowing It was Dam, Ky. Mrs. M. L. Hcnvrln nro 5tf Beaver Mr. and is a graduate of Hartford after spending ten days with relatives Barnett melon seeking visiting relatives In Owonsbpro. Arthur TMTylsbackat his old and friends In Ohio county, returned College and also of Bethel College ty School Superintendent. l'ror. molsturo ono evening, as somo men Dundee, was hero stand, serving thoso delicious lunches Is well equipped for work In our Dr. J. A. Duff, of to his homo on Tuesday. Prof. Greer and Hoagland Is well uallflcd for the po- do, just went Into tho jug, got tight on Monday, attending to business. Ho Is alco putting out tho coldest Is a monibor of tho faculty of Olivet 6cl,o1 sition, having graduated from this and tho result was It couldn't got Otl Miss Mae Mount has returned froni drinks In town. University years sinco nnd has also out. A very plausiblo explanation. Try tho Ohio County Bottling school bomo an extended visit to friends in FrankMrs. J.C.liennett and" daughtor, Mr and Mrs. J. II. B. Carson and Works for Soda Water and Parfay dono qulto a bit of work, two yeais Gladys, spoilt last week visiting rqla-tlv- daughtors, Misses Mary Austin and fort. porhaps, in K. S. U. Wo saw a bunch of society ladles In tho Slilnklo Chapel and Hef- - Minio Ray, returned tho lattor part tho World's finest soft drink. Orders Mr. E. D. CoxTwho" has been qulto down near tho rlvor the othor oven-In- g bott,03 tnkon up at your ,,eUvoml aml Imlln communities. Hick for Bonio time, is somewhat with bathing suits on their arm, of last week from n trip to Niagara Virgil Stevens, wlfo nnd son, S. T. Special nttoiitlon given rush om . proved, Mirror, ot Ellzabethtown, did Fulls, now oru, wasningion aim Tho "v. which bothorod us qulto a bit, but afIco Cream 'Barnett and wuo, ot uaruoru, ordors for Tlcnlc's and . Ituoky, John Llndloy, wlfo and daugh- - ter making lnulry of two or thr MariuoriloClark7lu "Snow White" not Issuo a papor thl3 week on ac- othor points. Opera House,' Soptom-lm- r count of taking vacation for tho Hardtoldad, .Reaver Dam Lleutonants Gllmoro Keown and County Bottling Works, 'ter, Lonora, ot Llvermoro, Kentucky smart fellows we mot, Tho Ohio the la-In din County Fair. 1st, 1017. Lum S. Ijcleheart loft hero Wednesparks Kixfi. Pron's. land Harvoy Marklo, wlfo nnd daugh- - that were all probability,a bwth, HO. golns to take Dr. Wlllard LukoroTSinimong, had day for Loulsvlllo, wlioro they will ter, Glenna, motored to Idaho Sprint dies Thomas F. Jnmee qualified as was. I estate ot Jas. V. been appolutod mid commlision'od as await furthor ordors fiom the War of the Tho oxpert from the MAJESTIC lust Saturday, and after taking In tho golug swlmmlim - hellevo It First Lleutonaut In tho Medical Oftl-cr- a Dpartmeut. It Is not known where factory who will hao oluirxe nf Mt. Lookout trip returned home Sun- - j on Augi 30j Jiunea Poultry Wunto.1. h lleMrvo Coips. , the hoys will bo assigned. the SPECIAL MAJES.TIC DEMON- - day. Mr. Uamett U a brother to Mrs. Rufua Williams qualified as gur-dlawill jwy me loiiuwiuc tmmti mvm Stevens and Mrs. Llndley her sister, To have Flour that will ulways V. and LouUal Wilof Byron 1: H.na. please tho cook and whole- family buy position with Blrkhond & Wilson, At-- meuolng Mondny. Sept. 3d. will o- - Mr. and Mrs. Llndley and daughter until uoou Saturday. Sept. liams, on the 20th. pounOs or better, Swan's Down Flour fropi ACTON torneys, ot Owensboro, and will as-- pect to seo every boy and girl at our, will leave Tueluy for their home In IGo; Springers, IK that ThoQ goad youn. St2 uino her duties on September the store between 3 and 5 In tho after- - Kentucky, going by way ot Colorado lit; M Roosters. lOe; Ducks, UUOS., Hartford, Ky. tlaklee tho palute at Patty's " 13e; lurkey. old. cu ltoyee Igloheart. whoItft lir last first. Mies Smith rotalns hor post- - noon. Watch our advertisement In Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Barnett ox- -, 14a; Cmm, aid, lOe; Geese, youn,:, iauraut; Putty'a ohl 14a; old. -- Hot to romaln hero JndaJlnltaly. Kggs to Sunday for Ft. llKJwit IIarrlu, tlon ns oHlelal reporter for tho Ohio this paper for furthor parttaulars. Ilrlnf yawTChlekena ami prUo is Ind., lwi hmn awlmiad to the Tawth Qlreult Court and will return here it tells how to got a MAJBSTIC High Littleton (Col.) iiiaepenueiu, au- - j:s; irwu mwt, ' mwM, W. E, ELLIS & BRO us whr tha gust 17. Flyer froo. at oa oh session of tho court. Jnft., Training Camp. ACTON BROS., telegram received by S. 0. yesterday morning, stated that Win. S. Moore had been nslgncd to Sea duty, U. S. service. rlfl f Holl.nl r..,,rn1, Tl. !.!! glvo an Ico cream supper In church yard on Saturday night, Sept. 8th, for benefit of the church. ' A ' I nohcrt rirtlc, who has bcni Ing his une'le, Dr. J. It. Plrtlc, and othor relatives In and near Hartford, for several days, will return to his ""I10 '" LCXlllgtOIl, today. vlsU-Keo- Miss Mary Kato Comb"!, who had been a guest of her brother, Mr. W. Fordsville High School I t OPENS j i September 3, 1917. jw. C. SHULTZ, I - Principal FORDSVILLE, Vice-Preside- nt $12.50 to $35.00 ed inn I vj I t t Kentucky State Fair Sept. ' LOUISVILLE& NASHVILLE R. R. Fall Millinery : I ! : 4i Buy at Home, Consider Your Home Merchant, SLj Inted Hartford Republican. Re-ser- lf Ill ly g. Pioneer-NowsTaWeek- ... , j t I' I d. ' , J os uun-qnnnn- ,., euta-thVkli- jd trt Ds. l)alll V . $ mill so that smut balls, shriveled nnd GO cents cost, plus tho cost of this grali, chaff, etc., will bo removed, advertisement nnd sale, I will on i 'After the grain Is clean It may be Mondny Supt., tho 3rd, 1017, nt about. HOTEL spread on n floor or a tarpaulin In n tho hour of one o'clock, p. in., nt tht layer or pile seyernl inches thick and Court houso door, Hartford, Ky., Attorney Law (Sprinkled with a solution of formal- - offer nt public auction to tho highest put on lUUTKOUD, KY. The Home Demonstrator Vnj Her The object in feeding Is to grain dchydo mndc by mixing 1 pound of nnd best bidder, on a credit of bIx fat ns rapidly nml with as little Way. formaldehyde with 41 and twelve months, tho following Will praetlco his profusion In lhl j commercial In a Tennessee county homo dem- ns possible. A methoil which will gallons of wnter. An ordinary described land or so much thereof n and .adjoining counties. Commercial 2S nor onstrator was employed, the county increase tho rate of gaining sprinkling can or a spraying mnchlui! may bo necsenry to sntlsfy I'lalntifffl tnil Criminal Practice a Sprelalty. 55-- V paying half her salary. At the end icnt nntl at tho same time decrease is used nnd tho grain is shoveled ov- - debt, Interest nnd nil costs, viz: required A certain tract of parent of land in of tho first year's work the county by S per cent tho grain cr nnd over until every kernel X Of AMERICAN II court was wrestling with tho misuse to produco a unit of gain is certain- wet. The grain is then placod In n Ohio County, Ky., on tho waters of s, of n lot of money roted for roads ly worthy of consideration. pllo and covered with sacks, bl.ui- - I'ond Kun Creek nnd bounded as In a city wlitre Rood hotcli b'ouniJ; the Powhatan hcadi the How To U-- e SclM'eciIer. and trying to hold down the tax rate. or a tarpaulin for 2 hours or lows: Ueglnnlng nt a stone, S. C. Int.. " As legislative bodies are so fond of with over night. It Is then dried stilll-- l Hunter's N. E. corner In James Fill part of the Ky. It It lint In the fceartio! It doing, It began Its economizing by corn or similar carbonaceous feed countrymen. to bo run through tho drill, son's line; thenco with his lino S. cutting oft tho appropriations for and the other part with protein after which It may bo sown. If the 8G, II. T.7 poles to a stone In tho Highway and constructive work, tho ones that a Kit Sceil lied Kor Wlic.it. gialn Is not passed through a fan- - Hartford nnd l'aradlso road; thenco Design. bring in tho biggest returns. Dy a "Make the seed bed fit for the seed. nlni? mill It Rhniild bo tdncod In n vit with tho same S. 17 V6 W. 3S 3 narrow, majority tho home demon- Do not 'Intern' wheat worth ?3 or $4 ,or tank of the formaldehydo solu - poles; S. CO 3 to a stono poles The a bushel for seed purposes In a con- tlnn Instead of bohic snrlnkled. Tho on said road, W. H. Pulkorsou's strator's $400 was refused. lino his people of the little county town had dition of soil impossible for germina- smut balls will rIo to the surface jcornor; thenco with S land wild road N. SG W. 4S seen the value of tho work, however, tion." and may bo skimmed off. speedily raised the money necespoles to tho beginning, containing urged by the and Thnt precaution Is If tho grain Is not to bo planted The Towlialan n rcfinul, exd sary to secure the government ap- United States Department of clusive, anj rrttful. lit excelImmediately, It must bo dried siiIU - 30G acres, moro or less. Heserving lent location on Pcnnrjlvami propriation and keep tho demonstraon all farmers who contem- clently to prevent spoiling when plac - 'the coal nnd other mineral, It having Avenue, IBtli an.1 If btrttts, 1 r.ukci it a ilcsiraMr Iie.iJiujf d tor. seed of ed in bins. If planted' while damp heretofore been conveyed. This Is tho plate sowing the iii:avi:h DAM, KY. lcr (or tindal coupler, lountt This county Is largely mountain- a d food this fall. To nnd swollen, moro grain by measure oast portion of a tract of GS2 n.deeded liarhci, conventions, bcltoott ami , ic'leges. ous. Often the agent hns no mean plant seed on poorly prepared land must bo used to nllow lor the expan to X. O. Hunter by S. C. Hunter &c , Ofllto Jiiiiicm Tiylor's Lit cry IJnrn. The I'owhat-MCittracM the of transportation. Sonietinies she not only wastes tho seed that does slon. April 10th, 1901. Deed of record In people of etittnte ail education. Its tToxinnty to Stale, Wnrjnil walks as far as ten miles to attend a not germinate, the specialists point Dwd Hook Nn. 30. page 29 1, Ohio Jaw Dciittmcivt. alto to rtrjn? meeting. Now the farmers of the out, but It may mean the loss of nn plement; also take euro to see that It County Court Clerk's Office. And con-vel interest, hi tuitcal jwinis makef this hotel especially at county are making up money to buy entire Investment If a paying stand Is kept filled. Induco n to Geo. W. Hunter by N. J. pub tractive to a iliicriniiiutiiii lie, a car for her. Is not obtained. shoats to eat when and what they, Hunter on May 10th, 190G. by deed, The Powhatan offert roomi Tho county farm agent nnd the A seed bed for wheat must bo firm, choose, and save grain, save labor, of record In Deed Hook No. 30, p.igo I 50. 'with detached basil at county ngent, when competent per- moist, nnd well compacted with a and cet your hoes to market at the. 33 1 in said olllre. There is S2 at) arfd, up Rooms with pri .M ) l THADtHAnni I' l.uu.1J bath, V 10. $3.00 and up. atc I k.k 4t: i,i.nij'u PATENTS sons, pay their way many times over mellow, llnely divided upper three earliest possible date. and excepted from tho foregoing .xll.iMl.lli..rij it m.t Write for bouL.ct with tuip. THAT PAY, The people they servo bear abundant Inches of soil, tho specialists advise. boundary nnd not included in this n4 i. p JuU to .Urvr. trnM CLUTOKn m LEWIS. Kxillritl jiluJIiilrt lor mCC rernM testimony to the fact. Southern Ag- If wheat is grown in rotation with levy or sale, tho following described Tluirt Thought. inn t'.nt'.UMtr I) j.aro imrilf. sun- riculturist. PAssiNo nzrer cfirca r.rin.i.J. oats or after wheat, the stubble If clean wheat Is available, says tract or'parcol of land viz: A parcel lUiok in 1'rnJltiit .1 ttwrti.t. . BOa-nO- U rshould bo plowed to a depth of at tho United States Department of Ag of land in Ohio County, Ky., on tho ITWj Snvonth Stroot, ltab-Tills l'all. Some Chickens nnaHincTON, o. c. least 7 Inches Immediately after har- riculture. It may bo ground nt homo Hartford and l'aradlso road and There should be a big crop of fall vesting tho preceding crop of grain. In a coffee mill and the following 'known as a portion of the old Ilussell chickens raised this year. It is time Tho ground should bo harrowed with oconomic.il and nutritious bread homestead nnd part of tho survey now to be at work. Few poultry in a few hours after plowing and mado: deeded by N. .J. Hunter to O. V rs. THE raisers have much success with chicks cultivation with harrow, disk, drag, Over a mixture of 1 tablespoonful Hunter. May 10th, 1903, Deed of SEWING hatched during the very hot weath- or roller should be given as necesord In Ohio County Court Clerk's 1 V4 teaspoonfuls salt In a and MACHINE er, but chicks hatched next month sary thereafter until planting time. mixing bowl pour 1U cups of hot OlUco In Deed Hook No 30, pago 334 OF can be successfully handled nnd made These operations are necessary to kill water or skim milk. When tho 1 Heginnlng with the nngle of tho! WILL YOU QUALITY.! to pay. road at, weeds, to settle and make Arm tho quid has become lukewarm, add ' said Hartford and l'aradlso TAKE OUR On the average farm the chickens subsoil, and to maintain a soil mulch cako dry yeast or 1 gill liquid yeast a stone on the W. II. Fulkerson line; largely live on what would other- on the surface. The earlier the pre- and pole to a stone; wheat thence SG W. IS lii cups of home-groun- d NOT wise be wasted. Therefore, the rais- paration of a seed bed for wheat Is Hour. Set over night to rise. In1 Hartford nnd I'aradUe road; thenco SOLD ing of a few more chickens is a pos- started tho better the condition of the morning add IV-- cupsllour.be.it N. 40 M poles to a stone In S. C. k Trtaimenl itive addition to tho country's food the soil will bo at planting time. well, pHt Into greased pan, nllow to Hunter's line; thence SG K. 4GM-ris- UNDER ANY supply. It Is also a positive addition Late plowing does not allow time for (or WEAK to stono on the Hartford and until tho bulk Is doubled, and Ilc OTHER to the contents of the farmer s or thorough preparation. l'aradlso road; thenco S. with Fald l,ake- NAME, mm LUNGS or the farm woman's pocketbook. road to tho beginning, containing 12 crop precedes If a cultivated CONSUMPTION Raise some chickens this fall. wheat, frequent cultivation given to The Department of Agriculture ad- - acres, moro or less, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Southern Agriculturist. this crop will preservo moisture and vises the saving at homo of plenty1 All coal and mineral rights roIf you purrliw tlio UVAV HOMI. Jolt will maintain a soil mulch. If level cul- - ot beans and pens for next ear's served. , nni vr Ul havo n 111" ru.wl n t Uio price you frrllnc. A ifiiicV Kite! for thai titrJ. An Increased Meat Supply. tivatlon has neon nracticed. a cood planting. Many other garden seeds The purchaser will be required to nut bare nil end leu clialn of rcjulre. mucbt, pin In cht, nlthl twriU, hrrnor II 11 dot To stimulate quick increases in the sew, bed cagllv ran bo ,prei,ared by Ibiici or comumplloD. rlncrt, wrik can alto be saved, and It will pay e.xecuto bond with good and approved not be!p ou II coili you nolbli. 4. meat supply, the United States De- - dJsking and harrowing after remov-partme- to savo them. Quality security, Imedlately after tho sale. of Agriculture will extend lng the cro,K Howevei.( ,f wceds aro MEDICAL CO, OHIO lKUMm.o Given under my hand, as Sheriff of Considcietl throughout the country the pig clubs present ,t nmy be adVsablo to plow Ohio County, thi tho lGth day of xotici.. which have been operated in 13 States B,mIIoWf tho ,3k preccdlns and fol-ait u thc We again call tho attention of our Augst, A. D., 1917 the poultry clubs which have iowing ihQ piow, .. S O KEOWN. S O C Cheapest renders to the fjwt that The Hepub-lien- n ueen operated in u states, in auui Early plowing followed by thorwill publish no coiiiniunkiitlinis in thc end tion to the 33 specialists in hog pro ough tillage aid In catching the water by the author, l'cw KWKB?esA jluctlon and 39 specialists In poul- which falls and in conserving this and inilc.li slsneil Ywtiai" - to Luv. c Hint niioiijinoiii articles w c ' try production who thus will be plac- the water already in the soil for me weelu. pass rn e not receh ed and It Ii not our you WAiitn sewing mnchlnr, write fgr ! If ed in the field at once, an addition- - by tho wheat plants Tho firm seed our Intent n.tuloiuo ti foro )ou purvlinM?. to lnirl newsy Items into the al specialist on hog production will ,)ca um,or the mu,ch thug made mm The Ne.y Home Ssot Machine Co., Orange, Mass. ttntc basket. This aiionjmoiis bo placed in each of the five prlnci- - ab,es Ule young p,antg t0 niake Uie, rule Is stated .ich week 'tWr lilWrril it i r Mr i pal hog raisins States. of the subso waters wh,ch riso when at tlio head of Die editorial roliimn Hogs and poultry have been singled th(Jro ls a perfect , bctwecn tno and must bo adhered to. ItequestH k oiu ab live siock on wuicn special ei- - p,owed g0,. am, the aubg0,1 Su)n. 1x3 omitted from print forts will be concentrated In the cam- - cient moisture ls thus assured for tho that iviimes TiTbtS ' ro conflict! with, but the manuscript -paign for increased meat production, germlliaUon of tho see(1 and for thc must bear the titers' 'iinitiii-e- . .because they give the quickest " fall Rrowth of the BeCdHng. HUME turns. The various pig and poultry a yery ,mportant consideration. Plant . clubs have already interested in tho fo0(, ,s also ,ke,y t0 be n)oro abund. i Uccaptuird. . P iliAAA Anl An n In InMVA ..- U4 uiwc auimuia uw i,c Mrs. F. il. Jones, o! ant n tho soli wiieii sucii metiioas are Aug. 25. Chattanooga, Tenn., . bers of young people who otherwise employed. Palmer, Okla., writes: ofArnold Henkel, a German army ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 would not contribute to an increase "From the time 1 enIf the importance of thorough til- ficer, who sawed his way out of prisIn of the jr HKP Informed MechanicsWorld's Progress For in food production. , tered into womanhood nnd Invention, hnRincerinB. lage were moro generally recognlz-ii- l on at Ft. Oglethorpe. Ga , Thursday ratnernna son ana ah (he 1 aiily. it nppraii I looked with dread nml nroner methods of seed-be- d toallclaucs OM nnd YounR- - Men nnd Women.! w captured by a fanner near j Jt ii ibu i nriritu Jinituintt iu ihouiut i lict from one month to the rasiuring tne oroou sow nnu er )reparntl0Il wero moro wldeiy em. night, was I Ptne ttirwtigtmut I ho worM l)yr there yesterday. Henkel approach-- 1 t tirTpiionJcuUftromttaiitlrin X.o watch next. I suffered with my litter keeps them nil in good health ployed throughout the hu- m or tUiitrt now anl laUrttln: ml i It homo and asked for ed tho farmer's pigs will make satisfactory gains, mid are, there would bo less back and bearing-dow- n tho Written So You Can Understand It something to eat. Ilo wjs recognizTho Shop Notw Dprtmnt JO l'dsm) ratatnt pain, until life to me was and there will be a decided saving losses from drought and bet-- I ed and when he resisted arreit he GUAHANTLKI) HLKVICi: llTmikD tft .hi tlilnta firmin.l (ha IIuitia. a misery. 1 would think of grain. tor wheat crops would result, the was shot, receiving a llesh wound. Amiuur Mxhnle (17 rT" fgr Ilia Vaim nntl I could not endure the Ono hundred per cent ((iriawiiniiKiioHiikeiiiiniii iMiinwiomnkritin Department specialists declare. In ItMt an 'J i Ii tcmpli o IMk- -. Tatenin ynluo. Speclnl work for W. H lior hwflry. It' IlVnttitv hiit1rii, lUtut, tnvw InrtiUi ?t ite V t n lu pain any lon,72r, and I this area tho mistake Is often made iructufiforttuiMehiialc,CuiiH'r imtlh, crttuaa Business Scholarship. worse. . . 8 tt.SO rtn YCAR is no advantage in skimpgradually Rot There O. W. SINGLE COPItS. ISc always be of thinking thero will mr trf tK Wo have for sale, a scholarship, XV Nothing seemed to help ing tho pig when It coracs time to fat- ' I Ot4 frswi rMf Lopy will lm 4irtt on toquoat UlaKf F. STEVENS. &t9mpl nt moisture enough present for a B good for a complete course In either me until, one day, . . . POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE hlni, tho United States Departten Hartford, Ky. U. F. D. 7. crop growth, with tho result C No.Mlcllcn Avsmi, CHICAGO or nnd Accounting 1 decided to ment of Agriculture points out. Dur- - llml clirtrf nnina fiftnn nrn nlltnln Bookkeeping continental n Pirn ruin ir"in m iiiiwumi Owens-bor- o Stenographers Course In the lug tho growing period of his life, Co. I LltcpresentlnK to moisture attention Business & Industrial College. TAKE pastures with little grain were in conservation linlllll ,,,,,. For particulars apply at Itcpubllcun jlj:xcss iTta2L,XTarcrr'vr.t-rrorder, for scale and constitution wero good yields. tt oltlce. tho main objects- - to bo obtained. Tho last few weeks beforo butchering tho Uuu twt Tie.itinciit Of Seed. To .Mutch. idea Is to lay on a good covering of wheat against stlnk- Treatment of I Miss Passo How Is the weathor, ot lilt, to Increaso tho proportion j r.? ri7 i WITH f ite kuKsSPQ li.irh.tirlced lard, and to add tender- - ns smut is fairly easy, not expen- Mario? fully 95 per cent effective. n Tho Maid Fresh and windy, madncss and palatablllty to tho meat. A offlcloncy of the treatment ls, In am. . fat hog sells to much better advan-- , Put a Miss Passe Very well tage on tho market for these very .". practically 100 per cent in most 8l wrSSSLTK liUVVKV ti3.WVJtMV3 I jjvJre of tho wheat growing regions. Tho healthy fliuh on my cheek this mornrcaKQUS CztSfit) Percentage of elllclency for tho !lnro. ft I FOR ing. I'm going out. Punch Howl. To add this fat rapidly nnd most t T&iKWJfW took four bottles," - try as a whole, however, ls reduced t "l wo must feed an nbunS AND fllL THKOATA?.'f)lllNCTH0U3LC.. ft PTs w..v Mrs. Jones goes on to Wanted T Know Thc Worst. Is ' tho fact that in large regions In dance of grain. Tho p. GUAU ANTEillJ 3 ATISrCXOilVf Is pol-plsay, "and was not only x&gm Tho Lady (engaging a new maid. A OH MOJSTKSf simply a device to keep boforo tho the Pacific Northwest tho soil 3 J1I. MlC.Vjrj mi'mmmm. 4 ted with smut germs to such an greatly relieved, but can Wfcif. tu"fc'w-l4- K-tXCUXSVZX3&Tt'&CXZXJ.Z&a.33VrCxd', And of course I expected you to a constant supply of feci. In or- I have treat-i- n truthfully say that bo vory discreet. I tier that they may eat of such feeds extent that the effects of coed as-- ' Win Jl'V!T'cr--Kl- i not a pain. . . "BEsavv ,ment nro negatived. Seed ticntmcnt Tho Maid (eagerly) Yes, mum, such quantities ns they desire. to nrt-"It has now been two costs not to exceed 5 cents an acta certainly, mum. And will tlioro be IFInyou wunt ruuet Lrow lO r. HcmiHs Obtained Witt, a lifeiou wluit it uct In tusir.cu am) Indu- years since I tookCardui, b VS 'or materials and labor. To this much to bo discreet about, mum? A brief rosuino of results obtained trv, In lncntlon nnu tricncc. and I am still in goou Cif t out of the rut; ret on the ilrins Use. Reid by experiments with over 275 hogs, cost, however, must be added the Sketch. power, health. . . I would adpart of them bolf-fe- d nnd tho balnnco cost of grain, the germination vise any woman or girl may bo destroyed by tho PROCUnnDANDDCrCNOCD.,8,'-'"''l. hand fed In the best possible man- - ' which sai.i:. to use Cardui who is a treatment. This amounts nt tho u ninu. uu.) ner. fallows: Imili iijW in OL urnCCUNTniCO u. a, I coyUlllJ,u., ALL sufferer from any female to 20 per cent. In every cara First, that In comparison with tho rulvtt t'lr elx ..'. II dMnjfc-- t tomtlntfrctlnii(luieruI mtrailnt. Md trouble." the value of tho wheat saved by Tho Commonwealth of Kentucky, mil Jien tatfaunt, .. Ab ii.aiiaii'j Iviplli Mwnr nifinlh self-fe- d lmnd-fe- d pigs nto il. llkrlUIVlll. pigs, the "WIUl. H'Vlf WHIM UIO If you suffcrpaln caused ( i lnfrli;tmnt Practice ExclJtivi'y. troatment would amount to several Ohio Circuit Court: 300 Article 300 Picture grain 19 per cont moro rapidly; .it r o no t ut al from womanly trouble, or t ..& &.ntt, scu TetlM B'ti rtn 0f', times tho co.st of treatment. Doputy J'nsterl Ulrkhead, for onljMJcrnti. All th now !di tnd all U. !:. Second, thut they gained weight 23 VJAOIT4NCTON. O. C. k electricity Ami vrlrrlrif, In Invriitlnni if you feci the need of a Statistics show that tho nverngo Com'r., Ohio Circuit Court, lU'lf., per cent more rapidly; nutomolillci gncl aeroi'lnnci, Iu iliopwork ami good strenRthening tonic III fuimliie, anil In nucliiucry. annual loss of ryo from smut Is And lafet. that they consumed on vs How to mabo Ihlntt et homo. fO Pifeit re IT to build up ycurrun-dow- n considerably los 1 per cent rwultr houKi, mouth, IucIuUIiik rf ly 92 per cent as much grain In gain- about system, take thc advice IL 1'. neck and G. A. Hunter, DeMr. )MII. lUlUliUlC, KUiUUIUUII.' ...V IMS than tho loss of wheat. It ls well ?' "$"& ing 100 pounds. . idfin. Try Car( tc lriV full of money maklnc, of Mrs. Jones. Hit fendants. to treat ryo for ruca uJ bui. It l written In pUm TIiIb shows three very definite ad- worth while, howovor, dui. It helped her. We lly vlrtuio of a judgment nnd lovy sued also. IS Cent aCcipy $1.50 a Year r. vantages In tho uso of the fti believe it will help you. of Execution No. 911, which was IsOet It from a ntrwKlf.iler or write, direct tn COOD Pigs fed In tills manner will Popular Science Monthly, I s Kourtu Ave., N. V. sued to mo from tho Ohio Circuit .Method Of TieatliiK Swil. u oat moro grain per day than under pnrjn T(ta crr lrt miliHMad it. lurco ri ULu , J J 17, duy ot Fib AH nrnermsf runt, Ui ( ui Several inothods of troatlng seed Court on tho 20th, nay other method of feeding. This tho bald 12. K. Ulrkhead, Secured orYoupfAonnv consumption is not waste for tho destruction of smut spores In favor of maximum D. C. O. C. C, against tho aforesaid lLfflWA'ii!&v!R&!.to ful ot grain: In fact It save grain, nro In ubo, hut tho bobt, It Is be- sn!o ,. lOilJf Vi toil tro.lt- - It. l. Hock &c., for dobt on a rni nn Innrnniia nf If. noi eant in tlie'llovod. U tho forilialdohydo Cull on Tho Itcpubllcun for Tlno Dn.lUIt0.'t HUOTICU, 1IU61S1.SS L'lllittOU grain bhould first lo bond ? 175.00 with G per cent. Interest TU ot eating oaud an Inoioasa of iment. Tho Job l'rlntlnt;. 1'aJucjU, Cyr 14, 101C until paid, 2g per cent iu the rate of gaining. I cleaned thoroughly with a funulng from Deconiber I I Farm Department Professional? Otto C. Martin at I 1MSJMM D.C. PflWHMT .: j. '& 1 fol-kct- 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, self-feed- er Wll-clcnt- ly j sup-Mn- Drainage 3-- j 2-- .2-- DR. 0. E. HART Agri-culture- V RT ERINA RY high-price- SUHGBON high-price- i ed well-grow- '1 e -" rec-sug- ar II-- e NEW UOMt r ij M nillllr GERMINAL REMEDY mmm EsSKaBL FOR ONE MONTH nt j o-- B1TOEPAKED Prn ile-sj- ro ' Life Was a Misery ... raMiBJiMni V JhP lIlTjtil a. . w . ... ... fici-niui- POPUIMMCHANICS AiAGAZIND ini-rlfi- fre-ique- nt ' j 1 ( ina-llmu- ni ...,, I 1 11 iMjifi '' S the Firing Une Ctr-JCjh- A Get on . " KlLLttta OOUOH f,sjtr:sg 01P& The Woman's Tonic CRF?3 self-feed- er gs - !ir nusuuuit. d Self-Foode- sunmrrs Popular Science Monthlv 111 yMmM:!fM t iJ-t- (., ttrp-UTln- 5FnTW i33 j '"' solf-foed-o- ssiai l ft. OSITHO'N n! L i .i 1 I h ' V I 4 t t i Z 4.4 Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! IJuforo you buy you should examine our hand niado farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of the very host material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. We also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Re- pairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow can't do. A SEWELL DESIRES turn to Germany, but took a homo this city. COMMISSrONKK'S In j 1 CUT IN EXPENSES MASTER oovnitNoit asickd SALE. : I to taki: tion iok statj: nv KXAMINint. ac- Ohio Circuit Court. Oscar O. Petty, ot nl., Plaintiffs. vs. NOTICE. Mrs. Cordelia Petty, ot al., Defend- t Wo Hoiseshoeing specialty i earnestly also make a patronage inofthis line. and solicit your i Respectfully yours, I A. B. Row & Son Cetitertown, Ky. Thirty-fiv- e t ; years experience in the shop. unci: is a good piacr. to htoi von littiji: moxky Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th j lit: AMHKICAN & 7th jniy iiiiici in ijiiiiiii iiiu 7ii:i iiivii iiii iiiu Aiiiciltuti mid Kiiropeau l'lnns. PI.AX (Wltti Meal3) Itoonis wit limit Itatli but with single, $2.00 7G Kooms DO Rooms single, 2.50 CO front Kooms. single. 3.00 Itooms tilth I'rUatc Hath: CO Hoorus. .single, 3.00 CO llooms single, 3. CO licit and Cold Ilmmlng Water. per day; 2 people, $2.08 each per day; 2 people, 2.25 each pur day; 2 people, 2.C0 each per day; per day; 2 2 .... people, people, 2. 78 each 3.00 each IXIK)Ii:.X I'liAX (Without Meals) Kooiirs without Until but with single, $1.00 7C Kooms CO Kooms single, 1.25 CO Front Kooms. single, 1.50 IIooiiin with Trhute ISntb: CO Kooms single, 1.C0 single, 2.00 50 Kooms Hot mid Cold stunning Water. per day; 2 people, ?0.75 each per day; 2 people, 1.09 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 1.25 each 1,50 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth Itaropcan Plan Only. and Main Sts. Koomt Without Hath, $1.00 and up; Kooms With Private Until, $1.50 and up licit KathiK l'laco In Town. Tho Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholesale walk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUISVlLlii: HOTEL AND OLD 1XX COMPANY, Props. I fMIUIIIHUIIIHHIHHHHHIO m. i oi r ri s vanaerDiii lraioingbcoooiioiuoysB r i i i- - 5 3 S M ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons fcito the best typo of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its pationage is widely scat-- 3 tered and comes from the best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, there-- 2 foro, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 25. Tho elimination of exorbitant charges for hotel accommodations by State oIR- jclals and employes and tho "padding" of expense accounts, In recommended by Stato Inspector and Examiner Nat D. Sewell in a report filed today with Gov. Stanley. Tho subjoct of "illegal, unwarranted and exorbitant" expenso accounts is by no means a new one to Inspector Sowell. Nearly a year ago ho raised tho question of "trimming" expense accounts and since that time has secured the of Gov. Stanley, State Auditor Brocne and M. M, Logan, who was then Attorney Gen-ora- l, In his fight for tho elimination of what ho terms "Illegal" expenditures. Many of the claims presented to State Auditor Greene for payment are now being refused, or cut down to moot the requirements of the law. Stato Inspector and Examiner Sels well Bays that many of tho State do not give any thought to economy when tho Stato Is paying, their expenses and In a number of cases he says he has found instance' where employes have systematically "padded" their expense accounts. I Inspector Sowell calls specific attention to tho following classes of expenso Items that continue to ap-- j pear in claims presented by State of-- I ficlals and employes and approved by heads of departments or heads of institutions; Pullman or chair car , charges other than sleeper; excessive .tolephono and postage charges; higher hotel rates than are necessary for reasonable comfort and convenience; including in hotel bills expenses other Mian lodging and meals; unnecessary traveling from small towns in order to spend tho night in a city; personal or Incidental expenses not noocssary In tho performance of offi cial duties and padded expenso accounts. Certain expense accounts examined. Inspector Sewell says, show dally charges for postage and telephone (call3 which ho says Is entirely inconsistent with the requirements of of ficial dutlos in which the officer or employe Is engaged. He recommends that all such charges bo trimmed. In tho report Inspector Sewoll calls attention to the expense account of a certain official for' tho month of May which amounted to $107.40, or an average cost of ?3.S4 per day. Tho expense account shows that this party spent twenty nights during the month in Louisville. No receipts for any of the expenses wero filed with tho account. Inspector Sewell does not nanio the man in the report, but refers to him as Mr. X. This account, ho says, is a fair sample of tho ones that havo been presented during tho past year and a half. He rocommends that proper steps be tala-eto put a stop to expenditures of ofll-clan of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at tho September term, 191G, for the purpose of a sale and division of tho proceeds atong those who are entitled thereto, and for tho purpose of paying tho cost ot this nctlon and tho cost ot this sale, I will offer for sale at public auction to tho highest and best bidder at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, September 3rd, 1917, at about tho hour of ono o'clock p. m., tho folowlng described property, viz: Two tracts or parcels of land In Narrows, Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as follows: First tract Deglnning at a stone in tho North line of tho right of way of the I. C. R. R. near the depot; thenco running with said right of way E. 14S feet to a stone; thenco S. 57 N. 3S E. 14S feet to a stone; thence W. US feet to a stone; thence 57 S. 14S feet to the beginning, containing Vi acre, more or less, and same land conveyed to B. P. Petty by the heirs of Ed Davison on April 2, 1912, and which deed is of record In deed book 43, pago 432, Ohio County ants. By virture of a Judgment and order full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 2S0 short stories of adventure, win masc iReYOUTffS COMPANION c Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page; Girls' Page, Dootor's Advice, and"a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone ih me nome. i nereis no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Currentjssues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not lenow THE COMPANION let us send you Three Current hiue FREE. Indoio this Coupon with your request. Clerk's In tho North boundary lino of tho I. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE C. R. R.; thence with said line N. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, 5GA W. 4S feet; thence X. 33 E. ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75 102 feet; thence S. 52 E. 5GVj feet to n stone; thence S. 3S V. 100 feet Second tract office. Beginning at a stone Home Calendar FREE. Thoie who iutcrib now, tending $2 for tho 52 iuue of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receire Tho Companion 52 Times a Year not 12. More Rood reading than you will get in any of the monthly magazines. BO- T- and wife on May 22, 1S99, which deed is of record In deed book 21, folio No. 592. Each of said tracts to bo sold subject to the widow's homestead. The purchaser will be required to executo bond with approved security immediately after sale, and a Hen will bo retained as further security. This August 13th. 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. Ernest Wodward and I. L. Heav- 7t3 rln Attorneys. Notice To Creditors. Ohio Circuit Court. J. L. Smith, Admr., of Mrs. Ann Plaintiffs, Hutchinson, et al., vs. snare feet, and being same land voyed to 11. P. Petty by FItzhugh to tho beginning, containing 5279 conRen-frow fZS&!ra2CiHraZSaEiX n FIfty-flv- o sons explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big in a typewriters. Shorthand, Co, We Knock the Spots Out of Things LesPicDe- Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. Send us your Garments and Hara Them partments Book- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Musi:, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Write for catalogue. CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. Daviess Sus, College THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. All persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of Mrs. Ann Hutchinson are hereby noti fied to present their claims against same, properly proven, to me at my effice In Hartford, Ky., on or before September 3rd, 1917. Dono by order of court at Its July term, 1917, referring said case to This me as Master Commissioner. August 13, 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Cramiaeinoer Ohio Circuit 7t3 Court. Notice To Creditors. Ohio Circuit Court. Mary E. Greer, et al., Plaintiffs. vs. B. F. Greer, et al Defendants. All persons, firms and corporations Mrs. R. C. Moore, et al., Defendants. Incorporated OWENSBORO, KY. Iva Nail, Prop. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. at Petro-Men- No Relives Piles matter how stubborn the ta USE L! V-VER-- case may bo Petro-Ment- a will bring relief. A trial will convlnco you. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co. Price 25c. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation. Fcclrigkt all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by takinp; calomeS keeps you when pleasant Lie- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while relieving; your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys tent and rolievos constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, surd in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Uo- - Ver-La-x completely displace calomel in ever home. i. Children can take it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles None genuine withouf tho likeness and signature of L. K.' Grigsny. For sale by - Hertford Ky 1. H. W1LLIAM8, this character. Sowell says thero are other officiate who drew either a monthly or a per diem salary o the assumption that they devote all of their timo to tho work of tho State, who actually spend tho greater part of their timo In private employment and render only a small part ot the servlco to tho Stato for which they aro paid. A report dealing specifically with these cases will bo filed later by Inspector Sewoll. Inspector having claims against the estate of Samuel v". Greer, or Mary E. Greer, are hereby notified to present their claims against same, properly proven, to mo at my offlce In Hartford, Ky., on or before September 3rd, 1917. Done by order of court at its July term, 1917, referring said case to me as Master Commissioner. This Aug. 13 1917 OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit 7t3 Court. MASTHK ! J (l Used 40 Years CARDUi Tin Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere COMMISSIOXER'S SALH. Ch-eul- J H S iiii MATHEIMEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. Hi No Combination j)f Reading Like It 'and All Far 4.W ..'" CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of JSfiflR OheBestTwol tijL "i and 2t " mtalw liAG'mm l mu $0 10 mm Ihe.Youfh's Companion 52 ISSUES The farorite Serrnii cr oruutn in W17. ami HO Short fetnrns, a. thousand Articles I'unnx-ismSSuageSmii. a, ttiw-wiand Special rases for atf age. family weekly America. ' tM jM - HiMs Msgaai v th by mkm uo tnarar evef y tuunca iiJ17. VCrdl W THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. EVENING POST THE SATURDAY and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to securo tho sparo time of a man or woman to act as local representative in Hartford and vicinity, looking after the renewals ot their many subscriptions In this section, aud Introducing these publications to now readers. Payment will be made in salary aud oommlslon. Previous cxperleuco is deolrablo but not essential. For details address, with references, Dox 054, THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, Indepeud-enc- o 17t2 Squaro, Philadelphia. TKUTOX t Court. Ohio T. Q. Shields, Plalutlff. vs. Notice. Oda Haycraft, et al., Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rnjirtornil nt Its .Tnlv fnrm. 1917. for the purpose of paying the judgment in tavor or tno piainiin against, wiu defendants In tho sum ot $152.22, with Intorofat theron nt the rate of I) per cent per annum from September 2R, 1914, until paid and for tho pur- hncn nf nnvliif. thn onst nf tho aboVO styled action, together with tho cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public auction to tho highest anu uest bidder at tho conrt houso door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, September 'ri 1017 nf nlinnr rlin hour of ono o'clock p. m upon a credit of 12 months, tho following uesenueu t: property, nun tmrt nf laivl IviiiK on Indian Camp Creek, in Ohio County, Ky., near Cromwell and tiescnuou ns ioi- lows: llninwloit nil ilia nnrth 1)V tho lands of Mrs. S. P. Ranney; on tho west by tho lands ot Mrs. L. R. Shields and' Indian Camp reek; on tho South and East by tho lands of T. Q. Shields. Being tho same land conveyed to the defendant, Oda Haycraft by tho plaintiff, T. Q. ShielUB, anu conveyeu by Haycraft and wlfo to Ida Stratton. Tlin mirplinsnr will bo reriulred to oxecuto bond with approved security immediately alter sale, aim a itun will bo retlned as further security. This August 13th, 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 7t3 J. N. Porter, Attorney. to-wl- m r.. m V n3 follows, court house doer in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, September 3, 1917, at about tho hour of ono o'clolc p. m on a ereillt ot six and twelve months, tl.o folowlng described real eottte, lying rnd being hi Ohio County, Ky., to-wl- t: WSw i ztxrjxK will t the u issues aiid a33 fKtmn fcjTKOUrr i!C3erj -u wuukii. Z'Ji aoothlr Issues 01 xmrjw 1 YOUTH'S aswi mvinnj VU 64 wavx.. rolmWi X ,10 fifttjivm th. ic 2 ffhiiofMfatoHfwyouthCotapanfcniulMCMborsonly.) every month (or one year; olso choloe. ot any 15ent McCallbieis Altera for J cents extra to cover martin. COMPANiON for 52 weeks, and ttie.lJlf Home CaieniJsr. ' the Younrs St. PoJ St.. doston. makachusetts " iniriiT uMmm m- - companwn. -", .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. KXPKRT IIF.Iil) IN ISALTIMOlt:: Ohio Circuit Court. J. H. Armstrong, ot al., Plaintiff. Ilaltlmore, Aug. 25. Getthold vs. Notico of Salo. Prusso, Gorman submarine- export, B. L. Gossett, et al., Defendant. By vlrturo of a judgment and order who camo to Ilaltlmoro on tho first rendered at tho March term, trip of tho merchant submarine of saloof tho Ohio Circuit Court, tu 1917, Doutschland, was arrested hero the. aboTO nctlon for tho purpose of on tho charge of entering bar- paying tho judgment tliorln and tho pcoceods among tho holrw red zones without a permit. Ho is being held ponding action by tho De- of B. W. Oossott, deceased, logoiupr st;(!. partment of Justice Prusse, who I with tho costs of the auoYo salo. I .ctioii imd tho cost of this a skilled engineer and inventor ot will offer for salo nt public nuctloi submarine uiechaulsui, did not re to Hie highest aud best bidder, at the yos-terd- Beginning at a stone, Wright's S. W. corner on the old Barbour ,llno, now J. XT. Stevens line; thenco with tho same S. 10, 73 poles and 15 links to a stone; thenco with Troutman N. 80 E. 112 poles to 4 hickories on tho old May line; thenco with said lino N. w. 73 polos and 15 links to a stone- on Cummins' lino; thenco S. 80 W. 115 poles and 10 links to tho beginning, containing about 50 acres, more or less, and samo land conveyed to decodent by Win. K. Wright and wlfo on tho 17th day of February. 1874, nnd which deed is of record In doed book 48, pago 1G7. No. 2 Embraces two boundaries, as follows: Boundary No. 1 Beginning at two nonulars on the hank of Rough Creek; thenco down samo to tho cut off; thence N. with tho old bed to Jacob Woller'H lino; thenco with his lino to a line claimed by wash uo- sett; thenco eastward to W. II. Cum mins' lino; thence witn ins una southnwrd to tho beginning. Boundary No. 3 Beginning at the old Troutman lino; thenco with said lino to tho first tract convoyed heroin; thenco with samo to tho beginning, containing 115 acres, moro or loss, and which land was conveyed to him by tho Master Commissioner of tho Ohki Circuit Court. John P. Barrett, on Juno 14, 1SD0. Tho purchaser will bo required to oxecuto bond immediately after salo, and a lUm retained on tho land as additional socurlty. Given under my band this tho 13th, day of Augbt, 19 IT. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. Heavrln & Kirk, Ernest Wood-War7t3 Attorneys. No. 1 d, follows: Tvo tracts of land bounded , .HcCAIX PATTERNS Cclchutcd (or style, pcrfnt (it, simplicity m4 "m rtlutnlitjr carljr i years. Sold in rjearly ' every city and town Ih trie United States antf K1 Canada, oc by mail dirct. More sold lhaa T any otfler moke. Scad tar tree catalogue. ou V ii j (McCALlAS MAGAZINE Jlore subscribers IMn any otaei fathioa mairaalna million a month. Invlluabla. Lat. 1 est styles, pajtvrix, iWessraaltiBr, mlrtinsry, plain sewlnp, fjacy naedlenoik, halxdressing , enqueue, cooe asorLs, etc. imiy du ctnir year (worth double), hidi a lice pattern. bbd.rlbe today, or scad fur saxple copy. ONBESFVL INDUCEMENTS to Agents, Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash pme offers. Address HcCUL CO. US I 213 W. J7lb.SC. NEW T0U W Succeed when everything else foils. In nervous prostration and female ueuUnesse they ate the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. sitters b 84iri it FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TKOUBUg the best mcuJicrno ever sold over a druggie's counter. Every Woman Wt TJlfflgWRffil. Lili iSM KJ 2 bJ a BNi yisYjJ I 3J . 1 FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved, in water for tlouWifs atop pelvic catawh, tiIcorstIVj.arfJ ln(hun. matlotu " necjiirncndcd byLwila E. Pinkliain ftleJ, Co. , f"ttiTflKr A hettlihj; wonder for navl cMinh, aoro throot and toro eyes. Econqrr.Jtal. Hs cxtrsordiatty e'eania nd ftpnitpij fitter. sue a Jl dnjjsub, I orj-- 3aiSAlrrc, lull, ilia fasten nl.t Corarwiy. Bar f An. by iTlau. . J " -- MANY NEAR BE 3G DC 3E DBG 3G DO AERIAL PILOTS young ii:n nv tiii: iiuximnns TRAIN' 4- l'(H AIR SERVICE AT MISSOURI CASH. Every1 St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 20. week In St. Louis an nvcrago of twenty-eight nion qualify as balloon pl- -j lots, the first step In a lon and tedious period of training to become for tho Unlteil bnlloon observers States army. Tlio men are belnj trained for tlio Halloon Division, Aviation Section of the United States j Army Signal Corps, by the Missouri Aeronautical Society, of which Albert Bond Lambert Is president. To obtain a license from tho Aero Club of America, a "rookie" must take seven lllghts, one lllght and a "solo" flight. A "solo" flight consists of laying out tho balloon, inflating It, making a trip, donating, packing and storing the balTho "solo" loon without assistance. trip is what tho students like best for It Is the most exciting and interesting of them nil. One student started on his "solo" lllght last week and began to descend The In tho vicinity of Do Soto, Mo. basket caught In tho branches of a tree and he crawled out to free the balloon. As soon as it was released, the gas bag shot Into the air, with the student hanging on the outside of the basket, one hand on the basket, the other on the drag rope. He hung like this until the balloou steadied itself more than GOO feet in the air, when he crawled back into the basket. All the students arc sent here from tho Omaha training station, where they take the preliminary physical After and technical examination. making their qualifying lllghts here, they are sent back to Omaha for Intensive training. , all-nig- ht The Great Majestic Range Demonstration and Sale At Our Store, One Week Only Sept. 3, To Sept. 8 SEE the GREAT MAJESTIC The Range with n Reputation In itt new ilres. Let the factory representative show you whv the MAJESTIC BuKes Better Looks Better Lasts Longer Heats More Water Quicker r.ml Hotter and I'se.s Le-.Fuel than any other i singe. We want to prove these facts to you want you to know why tlio MAJESTIC is so highly lecommended by your neighbor wh it is the Standard by which nil ranges are judged uhy it is known in cverv 'county in every State as The Range with a Reputation. s COME! OF MAKBLKIZRD AND COPPER WA11K As a special inducement during this week only, avc have arranged with the factory to present each purchaser of a Majestic llange with a handsome and useful set of cooking warn as illustrated. This is your opportunity to s:et something really worth while for nothing. 1'anges will be sold at the regular prices. FREE! SET --- o- We shall have 'pleasant surprise for all children who visit this store between 3 and 5 on Tuesday afternoon during tho MAJESTIC DEMAll children ONSTRATION WEEK. are Invited. Watch our advertisements for further particulars. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Children's Souvenir Day Boys and Girls, this is something worth while, with only a little effort on your part. Now listen: Majestic girls who hand in written answers to the fotbwing questions during High Fliers FREE to the boys-antwo hours, 3 to 5 p. m., Tuesday" of Demonstration Week, the What is the name of your mother's range, and how long has it bccn in use? Give names of persons you know needing a new range. Why does the MAJESTIC bake better, last longer, heat more water and use less fuel thaji any cthc r range ? What is your age? When is your biithday? COMPLETE CHAOS ' $1.00 Article Free! The boy or gill giving the neatest and best answer to the third question, may select any S1.00 article from our stock, in addition to the souvenir. In case of a tie. thoe tying will receive tho "ame orize. THERE WILL HE SOMETHING FOR ALL OF YOl Remember the time, a to 5 p. in.. TUESDAY. All children are invited. NEAR FOR RUSSIA (Continued from page one.) but were fatal to discipline of the troops. None tho , less subversive was the influence of Government commissaries, whoso appointment he asserted created an extremely dangerous duality of power. The General maintained that after publication by the Government of the declaration of the rights of soldiers, all respect toward leaders disappeared, the officers becoming veritable maityrs and having to pay very dearly for the offensive of August 1 an! subsequent retreat. The General cited some remarkable illustrations of this. On ono occasion, he said, when an attack was being launched, the force which advanced was made up of twenty-eigofficers, twenty and two officers soldiers. All tlio others looked on coldly while these heroes perished. The general declared it would bo impossible to carry on tho war to a unless the conclusion victorious strongest possible efforts were made by the Provisional Government and by the troops themselves to and regenerate the army. Appeals Tor Victory. After Madam Catherine Breshkov-skay- a, the "grandmother of tho revolution." had appealed to tho Government to pass from words to actions and help the army conquer the enemy. Princo Peter Kropatkln, who was not on tho list of speakers, was heard at tlio request of tlio whole conference. He called upon all Russians to prevent tlio fatal eventuality of a Gorman victory and expressed the liopo that Russia would not be proclaimed a federatlvo republic. This sentiment, submitted to tho conforeuco for tho llrst tlmo, evokovation in honed a Other or of Princo Kropatkln. speakers who declared against a separate peaco wero loudly applauded. ht EverybodyDon't Fail to See the Great Majestic Range in the NEW FINISH at our store. E. P. BARNES & BRO., BEAVER DAM, KY. inr 9703 10. GG 24.00 III ii Is as follows: ii ni Harrison, Cooper . , if ir property Notes. Name All, T. II All. Bud Brown, T. II Basham, J. M balance No. 13545 1343C 13554 12GCG Bratcher, John ...13146 13 019 Beatty, W. R balance Burton, Roscoe. ...13487 balance Bradfield, W. T. ..2SG3C 13497 Coppage, E. S ASSIGNEE'S SALK. Ohio Circuit Court. J. W. McCarty, Asslgnco Fordavlllo Hanking Company, Plaintiff, Vs. Chancellor, Perry.. 12991 Chancellor, Perry ..13C38 Chancellor. Perry ..12990 balance 20C09 Carter, W. T balance 1894 Carter. I. M 12417 Carter, R. W 13521 Condor, J. W 13C22 Conder, J. W balanco 13344 Debruler, Ed 12598 Daniel, Georgo balanco 13C24 Dobruler, J. F balanco 13130 Eans, T. A 10454 Evans, T. A balanco 192G0 Evans, Joo R 13090 Fuqua. S. D Carter, J. B 80S9 Foreman, G. B. ...12C18 Judgment. Fordsvili Uanking Company, Defendants. This cause being submitted for final judgment upon tho pleadings and exhibits illei herein, and it appearing to tho court that tho assignee, J. W. McCarty, has In his handb uncollected a lot of notos, judgments and stock certificates, It Is now ordered und adjudged by tho court that said property bo sold. Said balanco C232 Fraso, John bnlanco FordsvlHo Block 13292 Coal Co balance 13293 Gaines. W. S balanco Gillosple, Clarence. .13550 13419 Hule, J. W 13418 Halo, J. W 13420 Hale, J. W Hurrlson, Thos. ...12953 balanco Huff, J. C 1359 Ain't. balance 5 40.00 Huff, 2SG01 J. T 57.00 balance 25.00 Huff, W. J 539S balance 40.00 Huff, W. J 27330 j 15.00 Hale, Theodosla . . . 13G0S balance 35.00 Harrison, Alex 9752 Houso, S. W 1391 140.00 balance 29.00 Hart, John B 49G3 25.00 Huff, John W 9417' 28.00 Hedden, D. F 134G3 40.00 Johnson, Jess 5022 95.00 Jackson, Mary . . . . 7999 balanco 10.00 28820 Keeton, A. R 3340 Kissinger, B. F. 15.00 1002D 40.00 Likens, C. T 10031 10.00 Likens, C. T 10S47 C. T 100.00 Llkons, 10022 Likens, W. M 8945 Langley, D. L 1G.00 4895 Langley, M. C 'co.oo 13050 Lancaster, 'J. M. balanco 7.50 Lancaster, Floyd . . 10724 10939 25.00 Lane, Reet balanco 25.00 13083 Llvors, W. M 114.89 MIdklff. Estill . . . . . 4879 25.00 Maddox, J. W. ..'.. 4809 balanco 25.00 20749 McCnrty, J. M balance 17.50 11G31 Murphy, J. S balanco 10.00 13517 Murphy, II. K 13GG8 Murphy, Cal balanco 378.78 11533 Murlow, Alvln 10838 121. C8 Moorman, C. IC. 13033 Miller, Eldred 30.00 balanco 131.40 334.4G McManawny, T. F. . 13211 20.00 McManawuy, W, J. . 11018 30.00 McMunaway, W. J. . 11233 I ! I I 13.00 G 0 15 .00 20. 00 25, 00 no 00 25, 00 25, 00 30, 00 15, 00 25, 30 125, 00 3G, 00 30, 80 31, 20 30, 40 35, 00 20, 25, 34, 25. 3, 45. 08. 11.00 24.00 45 00 20 30 40 10 75 GO McManaway, W. J. .11232 McMaJiaway, A. J. .11034 McManaway, R. L. .13400 . 50G7 Newton, A. L. Overton, Chester .13549 ,29903 Oiler, C .13023 Pulllam, Wm. balanco Qulsenberry, ,E. E. .11750 balance Roborts, J. J. .1090G balanco ,13G42 Roborts, J. J. . . ,13043 Roberts, J. J. Ralph, M. F. Richards, II. G. . ,29750 ,23997 Roby, S. P Sanders, Ben . . . 13G4G 943S Sanders, Robert . ,15507 Sanders, D. T Sanders, Fred . . ,13G4G Sanders, Owun . . ,13001 ,1300G Sanders, D. T. Sanders, Nouh . . ,13010 W. S. ; Sanders, Sanders, D. II. Sliders, Albert . . . ,13005 ' balanco Spencer, W. M. . . ,13217 13482 Smith, Scott balanco 13439 Smith. G. W balanco Smith, Charllo . . . ,10283 12947 Stephens, Ab balancu 13070 Smith, C. M balanco Sanders, W. D. . . . 2385 balanco Truman, L. W. . . . 13010 Weatherford.Joshua 13424 25.00 balanco 10.00 White. W. D. 20.00 Scales. J. W. 20.00 Ixilancc 40.00 Cook, 2C.00 Emery, Mason Hedden. U. B. 10.75 Hook, M. B. irii J.J Jones, J. ii ni ipdJi .... .. .. . 132G0 13540 13270 13532 13510 13G28 ... .. W. . 120.40 Murphy, J. S. 123.41 00.40 10G.00 00.00 100.00 7G.90 42.70 11.00 35.00 12.00 Moorman, John Morris, F. B. . . Nowton, J. L. . Pulllam, William Richard, Lincoln Richard, C. W. . Smith, U: W. .. TIrney, Mlchnol balanco . 13392 8379 18712 ... Judgments. Armendt, Roy F ...13598 Armendt, Roy F. . ..13580 Armendt, Roy F. 13081 13G82 Armendt, Roy F. Armendt, Roy F. 13583 Brown, Stephen 13358 Brown, Stephen 12359 Brown, Stephen 8703 Brown, Stophen 8704 Graham, F. M 13458 Graham, F. M 13459 Graham, John M. (Notes In Suit).. 13000 " " ..13001 " ..13102 " ..131G9 " 20.75 20.00 20.00 90.00 20.00 41.00 30.00 24.00 10.00 30.00 01.90 .... " " , Whlttuker. D. F. . Wise, M. S balanco Williamson, F. J. balance . . . . . Whltler, Oscar SG02 13G21 . . 12703 12735 13324 13G29 Whltler, Frank balunco Wells, N. U 13 189.00 Lloyd, L. W. ...1301S Miles, J. K. ...13040 12.00 Mltcholl, A. R. 2114 30.00 Nowton, W. D. ...13493 00.00 Nowton, G. F. ...13490 50.00 Frunk Petty, (two notes) 1030G 8.50 Smith, C 13370 Smith, C 18.7G Westerlleld.auyman 13048 20.00 Annlo E. Smith Simon Smith 28.70 Abblo Beard Mrs. M. E. Jott . . . - ..13172 ... ... 40.00 Mrs. EUu Smith Sut25.00 ton 500.00 John C. Mason 000.00 5.00 W. A. Flemister . . . 000.00 100.00 Bank Stock. 150.00 Bank of Glendean, balanco. $0,975.00 25.00 Star FIro Ins. Co 2,000.00 23.00 Arizona & Michigan Devel328.41 opment Co 0,000.00 30.00 107.00 Tho assignee J. W. McCarty, Is or122.00 dered and directed to make salo of 20.00 tho abovo property, to tho highest 75.00 and best bidder on a credit of threo GG 85. months. Ho will sell said property 05.00 n tho court house door In Hartford. 2G.00 Kentucky, on the first day of tho regular term of tlio county or Circuit 108.00 Court, hold In and for Ohio county. P.oforo making said sale, ho will ?G70.1G tho tlmo and place thereof 400.00 by publication In tho Hartford Re000.00 publican,1 for not less than threo 100.00 prior to day of said salo and by 100.00 written notlco posted at tho court 22.30 houso door In Hartford, Kentucky, 133.92 for not less tlmn fifteen .days just 142.00 prior to day of sale, and lie will re101.20 port his acts nt tho next term of tills 120.00 court, to which tlmo tills action !a 114.00 continued. Pursuant to tho nbovo Judgment, I 9.44 will on Monday, Septombor 17, 1917, 18.00 nt about tho hour of ono o'clock p. 20.00 m at tho court houso door In Hart30.82 ford, Ky soil tho abovo described G0.00 property to tho highest and best bid10.00 der, on n credit of threo months. 240.00 Purchaser will bo ronuire.i tn ov. 24. C2 ecuto bond with approved security 100.88 iiuiiieciiuieiy nrtor snlo. 00.00 J. w. Mccarty, - Assignee FordsvlHo Bunking Co. 140.00 400.00 70,00 212.00 100.00 m E, EAR, TIIItOAT, NOSE 000.00 And Fitting of Glasses 000.09 Masonic 500.00 Tomplq 0WENSB0R0, KY. so DR. J. H. THORPE A